Recently, the Office of Student Engagement, formerly known as Student Programs and Leadership Development, announced two of their new staff members.

Jeremy Kaler has been named as the new associate director of the OSE. According to Kamala Kiem, associate dean of students, Kaler earned his bachelor’s degree in History from Frostburg State University and went on to earn his M.A. in History at Minnesota State University.

In addition, Annie Nunziata will be the new program coordinator in Graduate and International Student Life. Annie earned her bachelor’s degree in Secondary Education and her M.A. in Higher Education, both from Boston College, said Kiem.

In their new jobs, Kaler and Nunziata will be in charge of “Graduate and International Student Life orientation, programming and support, as well as advising Senate & COSO, working on enhancing student programs on campus, the development and implementation of OrgSync and promoting and enhancing student involvement/engagement across campus,” Kiem said.

According to Kiem, both Kaler and Nunziata were selected for their respective positions because “they demonstrated the knowledge, values, skills and abilities for their position and for Fairfield University. They are passionate about working with students.”

Kiem expects both Kaler and Nunziata to be highly effective in their new jobs, saying that “Both have already had a significant impact with our students.”

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