As the Dean of Student Engagement/Director of Assessment, Leah Adinolfi provides oversight to six units within ETSU’s Division of Student Life & Enrollment. These include the D.P. Culp Student Center Operations, Student Activities & Organizations, Leadership & Civic Engagement, Fraternity & Sorority Life, ID and Tech Services and Campus Dining Services. Dr. Adinolfi also helps facilitate strategic planning and assessment of programs across the Division.
As Director of Student Activities and Organizations, Carter Warden is responsible for the management of the Student Activities and Organizations office staff and student workers, providing leadership and support of campus student activities and programs, assisting new and current student organizations, and overseeing registration for new student organizations. He advises the Buctainment campus programming board and the Student Government Association leadership for the planning, marketing and production of major annual events and themed weeks. Carter also serves various branches of the Division of Student Life and Enrollment including event planning and management, creating printed and digital marketing materials, and videos for web and social media use.
Coordinator of Student Activities and Organizations
- (423) 439-6633
- D.P. Culp 2nd Floor, Carrier Center
The Coordinator of Student Activities and Organizations assists the Director of Student Activities and Organizations with SGA, Homecoming, student committees, and other student activities sponsored by Student Activities and Organizations. They provide supervision, management, accountability, and motivation for the Buctainment event programming board, housed organizations, and the Student Government Association event committees.
Joy Fulkerson collaborates with other campus and community units to develop and implement service-learning, community service, and civic engagement activities in addition to advising Volunteer ETSU and coordinating the implementation of the Alternative Spring Break program.
The Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life facilitates the delivery of programs and services for the Fraternity and Sorority community. They serve as primary advisor to the Interfraternity Council, the National Pan-Hellenic Council, the Panhellenic Council, the Multicultural Greek Council, as well as the Order of Omega Honor Society.
As the Director of the Multicultural Affairs, Laura Terry offers year-round programs that expose students, faculty, and staff to other cultures and ethnic backgrounds. She also coordinates orientation sessions to help acclimate students of color to campus life. She strives to serve as an advocate for students of color. In addition to these duties, Ms. Terry advises the Black Affairs Association and the Gospel Choir, and she produces an annual report detailing multiculturalism on campus.
Responsible for advising the Residence Hall Association, Stephanie Hill Skerlak serves
as a resource for the RHA Executive Board, residents involved in RHA, and all students
who are passionate about making ETSU a home away from home for students who live in
on-campus housing. In addition to her work with RHA, Stephanie supervises student
and graduate staff in the east area of campus, providing leadership and direction
for community building and maintaining facilities through her oversight and management.
She also conducts administrative hearings for her area, oversees daytime coverage
for main campus, serves in an on-call rotation, and assists with recruitment, selection,
and training of hall staff.
As the Student Activities and Organizations Media and Marketing Graduate Assistant, Lydia is responsible for maintaining and updating the websites of Student Activities and Organizations, Multicultural Affairs, Buctainment, and SGA. Lydia advertises student events via the D.P. Culp Center televisions, calendars, digital marquees, manages the SAO social media pages, and initiates general marketing efforts for Student Activities and Organizations and multimedia for special events, such as flyers, posters, and T-shirt designs.
As the graduate assistant for Student Activities and Organizations, Madison is responsible for assisting student organizations with registration, updating membership, constitutions, and event planning. She oversees the use of the Buc-Hub and helps to coordinate Buctainment events.
The Multicultural Programming Graduate Assistant assists the Director of Multicultural Programming and Outreach in providing direct services to students of color and to related multicultural student organizations and in creating both campus-wide diversity programs and activities, as well as assisting selected student organizations to plan educational and social programs. They also serve as a liaison between the office and two student organizations: Black Affairs Association and the Gospel Choir.
As the graduate assistant for leadership programs, the Student Activities and Organizations Leadership Assistant is responsible for updating and maintaining ETSU's Leadership Development webpage, planning and coordinating ETSU's annual student leadership conference. They also assist with planning and coordinating events for the Dr. Brenda White Wright Emerging Leaders Academy. They also serve as Program Coordinator for the annual campus session of the LeaderShape Institute.
The Public Service Corps Program Graduate Assistant serves as initial contact for all Public Service Corps Scholarship recipients. They develop appropriate literacy-based training activities and coordinates service placements for students. They also assist with the planning and implementation of other community engagement activities.
As the graduate assistant for Fraternity and Sorority life, Vanessa is responsible for assisting the Fraternity and Sorority Life director in providing programming and administrative support for the 16 Greek organizations on campus.
As the graduate assistant for Fraternity and Sorority life, Sam is responsible for assisting the Fraternity and Sorority Life director in providing programming and administrative support for the 16 Greek organizations on campus. Sam focuses specifically on an academic initiative meant to supplement the academic goals of each organization and member through a partnership with the Center for Academic Achievement.
As the Coordinator for Fraternity and Sorority life, Zack is responsible for providing programming and administrative support for the 16 Greek organizations on campus. He is also responsible for working with all councils, but primarily the Interfraternity Council (IFC) which govern the IFC Greek letter organizations on campus.