John Anciano is a graduate of Rutgers University and spent plenty of time as a student being shuttled around by the campus buses. His 1st tour as an employee at his alma mater was from 2002-2007 as a Grant Accountant with the Division of Grant and Contract Accounting (now RFS) and then running the Business Office at the National Transit Institute within the Bloustein School. After leaving for private industry for a couple years, John’s return to Banks of the Old Raritan came in 2009 when he was hired by the Division of Life Sciences, where he is currently the Associate Director of Business Affairs. With 20+ years of his life dedicated to the university, John is a familiar with the area and fan of all things Rutgers, so feel free to reach out to pick his brain about things to do and places to eat around the five New Brunswick campuses, as well as the various Scarlet Knights athletic teams.
Tiffany Berg is an alumnus of Rutgers University and is currently the Director of Administration for the Humanities. She started her Rutgers career 10 years ago in the History Department. You can often find Tiffany at Stuff Yer Face sharing a plate of Potachoes with her friends and fellow co-workers. Make sure to reach out to her if you ever want to meet up for some Potachoes on Easton Ave!
Geralyn Colvil is the department administrator in Art History and has been at Rutgers for over 20 years. She earned her degrees while working at Rutgers and is always happy to discuss the pros and cons of the non-traditional student. Geralyn’s office is in Voorhees Hall and is often filled with children’s toys and candy. The best antidote to bureaucracy is a Slinky.
Jeff Freedman joined Rutgers in January 2019, after 32 years in the corporate world, as the Associate Director of IT, Application and Web Development. Jeff’s teams are responsible for building and maintaining all of the custom software and web sites for SAS. Jeff is a total science and technology geek and in his free time loves reading, playing acoustic guitar, and spending time with family – especially with his 2 (soon to be 3) grandchildren.
Jenny Gehrmann is the senior department administrator for both the Department of Jewish Studies and the Allen and Joan Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life. Jenny started at Rutgers in 2008 as an assistant catering manager with Rutgers Catering, then moved to SAS in 2017 serving as department administrator supervisor for the Department of Kinesiology and Health. In 2018 Jenny joined Jewish Studies and the Bildner Center. If you ever need to hook up a coffee maker in any building on campus, let Jenny know. She knows all the best outlets.
Charlene Glascock is a two-degree alum of Rutgers and as an old-timer, has enjoyed working at the university for a few decades. She is currently the Executive Director of Administration for the Division of Mathematical & Physical Sciences. Prior Rutgers’ gigs included working in Chemistry, Marine Science, the Dean’s Business Office, and the Cook Office of Continuing Professional Education back in the day. Having experienced Rutgers as both a student and an employee, she’s collected lots of tidbits and is happy to share stories with others.
Ashley Pavlis is currently the Senior Department Administrator for the Department of Economics. She began her career at Rutgers University in 2015 as a PPL Secretary and then as an Accounting Assistant in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences. In 2019, Ashley joined the Economics Department as the Senior Program Coordinator Supervisor and in 2021 was promoted to the Senior Department Administrator Supervisor. Ashley has zero sense of direction so, if you ever need help navigating the Rutgers New Brunswick Campus, it may be best NOT to ask her. She will, however, provide you with a map!