Posted on Aug 11, 1998

If the newest members of the Admissions staff look familiar, they should. Both are
recent graduates of Union, bringing to six the number of admissions staffers who are
alumni of the College.

“More Union alumni work in Admissions than in any one place, with the possible
exception of Anderson Consulting,” quipped Dan Lundquist, vice president for

Kelly Herrington, a Pittsford, Vt., native, arrives fresh from a charity cross-country
bike ride to benefit the American Lung Association. A 1996 Union grad, he majored in
psychology and minored in Africana Studies.

He will travel in northern New Jersey, Syracuse, Rochester, Buffalo, New York's
Southern Tier, western Pennsylvania and Minneapolis.

Kristen Morse of Keene, N.H., is a 1994 graduate of Union who has “come home”
to the College where she majored in psychology and minored in Japanese. Since graduating,
she has studied German in Germany, planned trips abroad for large groups, even worked at a
dude ranch in Montana.

She will travel extensively in Texas, Long Island, western Massachusetts, New Hampshire
and Vermont.

Both Herrington and Morse worked as paraprofessional interns in Union's admissions
office during their senior year.

Other new members of the College community include:

Tracy Barclay, head coach, field hockey; Rodney Bossert, director of human resources;
Viki Brooks-McDonald, Protestant chaplain; Shelley Ducatt, director of student activities;
Mathew Felthousen, computer support specialist; Fred Quistgard, head coach, women's
ice hockey; Gretchel Hathaway Tyson, director of affirmative action and community
outreach; Kesheng Yu, curricular design specialist.