Julie Parker

December and January employee service milestones

Posted by on February 14, 2024

The university presents benefit-eligible staff who have reached milestones in their career with a certificate honoring their contributions, beginning with five years of service. The following employees received milestone service recognition awards in December and January.  

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Staff Spotlight: Julie Parker

Posted by on June 14, 2023

Julie Parker will celebrate 30 years at Missouri S&T next January. In 1994, Julie began her S&T career in admissions as a front office staff employee and then became an admissions counselor. She moved to the registrar’s office in 2000 and is now assistant registrar.

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Fourteen honored at Missouri S&T Staff Day awards ceremony

Posted by on June 6, 2023

Fourteen Missouri S&T employees were honored for their contributions to the campus during the university’s Staff Appreciation Day celebration on Wednesday, May 24.

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Presentation for academic advisors planned March 5

Posted by on February 15, 2018

Julie Parker, assistant registrar, will present “MyDegree: The New Degree Planning Tool,” noon-1:30 p.m. Monday, March 5, in the Meramec-Gasconade Room of the Havener Center. The event is part of a series of advising development sessions sponsored by the undergraduate advising office.

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Academic advising conference series starts in February

Posted by on January 17, 2018

The office of undergraduate studies offers a series of advising development sessions for Missouri S&T advisors to help students succeed. The Spring 2018 series will include the following presentations, all scheduled at noon-1:30 p.m. in the Meramec-Gasconade Room of the Havener Center:

  • “Understanding and Engaging Today’s Students,” presented by Dr. Patti J. Fleck, director of counseling services, on Monday, Feb. 5
  • “MyDegree: The New Degree Planning Tool,” presented by Julie Parker, assistant registrar, on Monday, March 5
  • “Success for Calculus – It’s Time for Data,” presented by Paul Runnion, associate teaching professor of mathematics, on Monday, April 16
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