Provost’s March Newsletter - Women of MU
Several readers have asked about the women whose photos were featured in the Provost’s March newsletter. Here are their names and their valuable contributions to the university.
1. Brittony Corneillier – Admissions
Brittony Corneillier is an admissions representative who works with potential Tigers in central Missouri and also brings students from around the country to the Mizzou family.
2. Dr. Ellen Wan – College of Engineering and College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
Ellen Wan is an assistant professor of bioengineering working to make energy greener through biofuel research.
3. Stephanie Hernandez Rivera – Student Affairs
Stephanie Hernandez Rivera, coordinator of the MU Multicultural Center, advocates for and serves marginalized populations and encourages all students to explore their identity.
4. Dr. Meera Chandrasekhar – College of Arts and Sciences
Meera Chandrasekhar is a Curators Teaching Professor of Physics who has won awards for her hands-on physics programs for students in grades 5-12.
5. Dr. DeAngela Burns-Wallace, previously of Undergraduate Studies
DeAngela Burns-Wallace was assistant vice provost for undergraduate studies. She recently became the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies at KU, a well-deserved promotion. We will never forget all she did for Mizzou.
6. Dr. Carolyn Henry – College of Veterinary Medicine & School of Medicine
Carolyn Henry shares her expertise in oncology in multiple roles, among them Associate Dean of Research for Veterinary Medicine and Associate Director of Research at Ellis Fischel Cancer Center.
7. Coach Robin Pingeton – Athletics
As Women’s Basketball Head Coach, Ms. Pingeton has led Mizzou to four straight winning seasons for the first time since 1986-90.
8. Dr. Amy Lannin – College of Education
Amy Lannin is an assistant professor of English education and leads the MU Campus Writing Program, which supports more than 300 writing-intensive courses.
9. Dr. Susan Renoe – Office of Research
Susan Renoe is director of the Broader Impacts Network and PI for the National Alliance for Broader Impacts, providing outreach and engagement resources for investigators seeking research funding.