New ITS Staff

ITS is pleased to announce the addition of Kristi Mercer to our staff.  Kristi joins us as Application Analyst for Financial Aid.   She brings many years of IT experience to Washburn after working in several roles with the Kansas Department of Revenue.   The next time you are passing through Bennett, please stop in Room 100 and welcome Kristi to campus.


More New ITS Staff

The Application Services area of ITS is thrilled to once again be fully staffed after many months getting by with several vacancies.   Please welcome the following 3 people to ITS as they begin their first day on October 1.

Kassy Swain has spent many years providing IT technical support to the Admissions areas of Corinthian College.  She served as a Senior Business Analyst and also had responsibility for general reporting of Admissions data.   She joins Washburn as an Application Analyst for Admissions.

Rob Burton returns to Washburn as an Application Analyst for Financial Aid.   Rob was  a key participant in the original implementaton of Banner at Washburn 10 years ago.   Most recently he has been supporting Banner at Emporia State University.

Sandy Selden first came to Washburn in a role supporting the Banner environment before moving to Institutional Research.   She now returns to IT as an Application Analyst for Finance and Reporting.

All three have offices in Bennett 100 so please stop in and say “hi” sometime.



New ITS Staff

ITS is pleased to announce that our vacant programmer position has been filled .   Jeff Stiles begins work on September 17.  Jeff is a graduate of The University of Kansas with a B.S. in computer science.  He has worked the past 8 years as a Senior Programmer/Analyst at AllofE solutions in Lawrence.

In this role Jeff developed numerous web-based applications for use in education including online testing, assessment, curriculum management, attendance, gradebook, content management, and evaluations.  Jeff will be an excellent addition to our staff.  Please stop by Bennett 100 sometime to welcome him to Washburn.