Springfield College Announces Four New Staff MembersPosted September 20, 2012
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Springfield College announces the addition of four new staff members to its student affairs division.
Jennifer Devine joins Springfield College as the new director of health services. Devine is a graduate of the Springfield College physician assistant program, earning both her bachelor of science and master of science degrees in 2004. Devine spent the previous eight years employed by Innovative Physician Services/IPC: The Hospitalist Company - where she received experience in internal medicine, critical care, psychiatry, and rehabilitation medicine. Other responsibilities included addressing family questions and concerns, staff education, peer training and support, and clinical student education.
Jeanette Doyle returns to Springfield College as the newly appointed director of the career center. Doyle received her master of education in student personnel administration from Springfield College in 1994 and her bachelor of science degree in business administration from Framingham State College. Doyle most recently served as director of the career development center at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and brings more than 20 years of career and student services experience to Springfield College.
Melissa Ortendahl has been named the Springfield College coordinator of alcohol and drug education programs and community standards. She will be responsible for coordinating all college-wide efforts and activities related to substance abuse, as well as overseeing the student conduct system for the college. Ortendahl spent the previous five years working at the College of the Holy Cross serving in residence life and housing and also working as a judicial hearing officer. She received her bachelor of arts from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams, Mass., and earned her master of science degree in student affairs and higher education from Indiana State University.
Brian Krylowicz brings more than 10 years of counseling experience to Springfield College as he will serve as the director of the counseling center. Krylowicz previously worked as the director of counseling centers at Casper College, Truman State University, and the University of Montana. He received his doctoral degree in counseling psychology from Texas Tech University in 1999.