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Residential Life and Judicial Affairs Welcomes Katie Newcomb!

Contributed by Colleen Barnes on 11/15/19 

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Contributed on behalf of Marsha Dawson, Director, Residential Life and Judicial Affairs.

Residential Life and Judicial Affairs is excited to announce that Katie Newcomb will join our team on Wednesday,  November 20th as the Assistant Director of Judicial Affairs. As Assistant Director, Katie will be responsible for overseeing the College wide judicial system and coordinating all related processes and functions.

Katie comes from Syracuse University where she served as a Student Conduct Advisor in the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities. Prior to that, Katie worked as an Area Coordinator in Residence Life at SUNY Geneseo and SUNY Potsdam. Katie received her Master's degree in Higher Education from Stony Brook University and completed a Master's degree in Music Education from SUNY Potsdam. In her spare time, Katie enjoys planning trips to new places, playing the piano, and  making scrapbooks of her travel adventures. Katie is looking forward to joining the Office of Judicial Affairs and the Residential Life team and working with campus partners across campus. She is excited to get to know the many individuals who make up these offices on campus and finding ways to continue supporting students in the judicial process.

Please join us in welcoming Katie to Ithaca College!

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