Terry Mingle

 

Terry Mingle

Undergraduate Student Services Assistant
B21 Savage Hall
Division of Nutritional Sciences
 
Phone: (607) 255-4410 Fax: (607) 255-1033
Email: tpm2@cornell.edu
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Biographical Statement:

Terry has worked for various departments within Cornell University since 1988.

She also works (part-time) for the National Audubon Society's Seabird Restoration Program/Project Puffin as Assistant to the Director and Webmaster.

In addition, Terry has worked on and off in local radio (for Cayuga Radio Group) as a Board Op for Cornell (and other local, regional, and national) sports broadcasts as well as filling in as a DJ. She also sings and plays various instruments (as an official iGuitar artist) in a local band called Blue Monday and is an active member of the Cortland Area Flute Ensemble. Terry also enjoys creating web sites and functioning as webmaster for various web sites.

 
Education:
Terry holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Merchandising (Music/Business/Marketing) from Mansfield University of Pennsylvania.

 
Related Websites:
http://www.linkedin.com/in/terrymingle

 
Administrative Responsibilities:

As Undergraduate Student Services Assistant for DNS, Terry receives guidance from and provides support to the Office of Academic Affairs within the Division of Nutritional Sciences (DNS) for the following activities:

 

•  coordinating course enrollment and curriculum revisions;

•  maintaining accurate student records;

•  staffing the office reception function to ensure accurate and responsive guidance to all inquiries;

  coordinating information clinics and the undergraduate advising system;

•  scheduling course and room rosters;

•  compiling and submitting grades to the appropriate office(s) for all DNS courses;

•  implementing DNS revisions to ACALOG (the online course of study catalog);

•  serving as liaison with the Human Ecology, Agricultural and Life Sciences, and University offices for undergraduate student issues and records; and

•  providing organizational support for student events, including orientation and graduation.

 
The information on this bio page is taken from the CHE Annual Report.