Debra is responsible for organizing and overseeing the administrative operations of the Psychology Clinic. She is responsible for managing the Clinic's budget, purchasing, billing, reconciliations, compilations, and preparing monthly financial reports. She provides administrative support for the Clinic's director, assistant director, and the psychological trainees, and is responsible for the direct supervision of office staff.
Terry handles the department's E&G and auxiliary budgets, FSU Foundation budgets, procurement card approval and department ordering. In addition to these responsibilities, she routinely provides reconciliations, financial compilations, statistical reports, and projections as required or requested by University staff and management. Furthermore, Terry assists Sue Morgan with the payroll administration for staff. She is also available to assist the faculty, staff and students of the Psychology Department as needed.
Lynda is an administrative support assistant in the Psychology main office and participates in Receptionist duties and assists with processing the incoming and outgoing mail. She also performs other related duties as required. This may include, but not be limited to, faxing, photocopying, ordering office supplies, compiling letters of recommendation, processing room reservations, and word processing.
Kathy handles all department budget and grant related travel for faculty as well as for speakers/visitors to the Psychology Department. She also assists psychology graduate students with COGS presentation grants and any special travel awards.
Cherie assists the Director of Graduate Studies with the operation of the Department's Graduate Office. She also oversees the application process for admission to the graduate programs, informing applicants about the completeness of their applications. Once a student enters the graduate program, Cherie helps guide the student through the maze of policies and procedures established by the university, department, and program areas. Cherie provides invaluable assistance to the graduate students from the day they enter through the day they graduate, as well as afterward (e.g., she handles requests by licensing and hospital boards for verification of degrees earned).
Sue's main responsibility is handling payroll administration for the department. She prepares, processes, and tracks appointment papers for faculty, staff, grads and OPS employees, which is usually over 300 employees. She also prepares a monthly reconciliation of the departmental OPS budget, audits timesheets, enters time/leave in Omni, and is available to assist the faculty, staff, and students of the Psychology Department as needed with salary/payroll related issues.
Janice provides the Director and Neuroscience Faculty and Staff with administrative support. This includes overseeing the day to day operations of the Neuroscience Program Office, and serving as travel representative for the Neuroscience Faculty, Staff and Graduate Students. She also serves as budget account manager for the departmental budget, coordinator for the recruiting and admissions process, and works with the faculty to coordinate the scheduling, correspondence and publicity for the Neuroscience Colloquium Series, the Rushton Symposium and the Baker Seminar, and initiates the updating and maintenance of the information on the Neuroscience Program website.
Sandy is Coordinator, Administrative Services. She supervises the department's fiscal activities and in addition provides administrative support for various functions such as personnel actions related to faculty, A&P and USPS, oversight of the financial aspects of the Psychology Shop activities, and direct supervision of the fiscal staff. Sandy joined the Psychology Department in 1997.
Kimberly is the Main Office Manager for the Psychology Department. Her responsibilities include: overseeing the photocopying, as well as being the building liaison for problems that occur within the department such as leaks, bulb replacement, water problems, to name a few. She has just recently taken over the faculty files that include peer evaluations, annual evaluations, brag sheets, course assignments and pulling binders together when faculty are nominated for various University awards.
Earline is a secretary in the Psychology main office. Some of her duties for the department are pulling exams from testbanks, typing exams from rough drafts, and other typing tasks as needed for the faculty. She also processes the mail, orders supplies as needed, and orders textbooks for classes each semester. Each semester she assists the Office Assistant with building courses as needed for students during the drop/add period.
Bonnie is the team leader for the Grants Management Team serving the faculty in both pre-award and post-award grants administration capacities. Pre-award responsibilities include working with faculty on the development of proposal budgets while ensuring compliance within award guidelines and preparing associated budget and transmittal documents. Post-award responsibilities include the preparation of monthly financial reports, monitoring grant expenditures for agency and university compliance, submitting expense and personnel transactions, re-budgeting and providing guidance to faculty members concerning grant administration.
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