Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology has promoted Jackie Wilson (pictured) to associate dean of students for health and well-being. Also, Ryan Brimberry has been promoted to associate dean of student affairs and Seth Woodason is the new director of sports and recreation facilities.

Wilson has served as associate dean of student affairs since 2018. She previously spent 13 years in residence life leadership roles at the University of Maryland. Wilson also has been an assistant director of residence life at Earlham College, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in English. She also has a master’s degree from Stanford University in higher education administration and policy analysis.

Brimberry most recently served as director for recreational sports and athletic facilities. He has experience in facilities management, staff supervision and motivation, and strategic planning. Brimberry earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in sports management from Indiana State University.

Woodason has been a member of the SRC staff since 2015. He formerly worked at athletic facilities for the University of Evansville and Gonzaga University. He earned a bachelor’s degree in sports management from Harding University and a master’s degree in recreation and sport management from Indiana State.



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