Alexzandria "Ali" Barnard is the Chief of Staff in the College of Architecture and Design. Ali is responsible for the college's staff, marketing, social media, strategic planning, articulation agreements, budgeting, and website content management.
Kathryn "Kate" Roy, is the first point of contact for all inquiries regarding the Dean. As assistant to the Dean, she is also responsible for maintaining all personnel records for the College, preparation and processing of scheduling meetings, travel and special events.
Kate prepares the ACSA Directory, NAAB report, and assists with the Guide to Architecture Schools.
Mary is an Administrative Assistant responsible for monitoring of the budget, as well as processing of requisitions, reimbursements and check requests for the College of Architecture and Design. Additionally, she supports the administrative needs of the Department Chairs along with her peers. She reports to the Administrator of Student Services.She has an Associates Degree in Accounting from Henry Ford Community College. She previously worked at Providence Hospital for fourteen years as an Administrative Assistant to the Vice President of Finance.
Gayle's main responsibility is to support the needs of the full-time and adjunct faculty members of the College of Architecture and Design. She prepares "Faculty Assignments" and "Letter of Agreement" forms for all faculty, collects data and submits book orders for all faculty, provides clerical support for faculty, maintains and updates all faculty syllabus files, assists faculty with Blackboard entry and Banner Web grade entry and is a liaison between the Dean and faculty, disseminating important information and faculty meeting announcements.She also approves Teaching Assistants' Time Sheets, has assisted with accreditation reports, records the minutes of the faculty meetings, and answers the main phone line for the College of Architecture and Design. Prior to the CoAD, Gayle worked for Business Services, the College of Engineering, the College of Management, and the Admissions Offices on campus.
Ms. Schaeff has been a licensed Residential Builder for the State of Michigan and certified DNR instructor since 1986.
Sallie Ilg supports the faculty and students as an administrative assistant during the evening hours and on a part time basis.
Ms. McBride is responsible for the overall management of undergraduate student records, the undergraduate probationary counseling procedure, registration, conducts the senior reviews, and directs the verification of seniors for graduation. She formulates and implements departmental policies and procedures and schedules undergraduate courses. She provides guidance to undergraduate students regarding proper course sequencing and selection. She graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture and Wayne State University with a Master of Arts in Teaching.
Dayna acts as a liaison between the college and all of the student organizations within the college. She also coordinates many activities in the CoAD that include Exploration Day, Welcome Week Activities, Winter Graduation, Spring Commencement Brunch, and more. In this position, she also assists in the coordination of the Paris Study Abroad Trip. Aside from the specific duties, she puts together the CoAD Weekly and provides assistance to the Administrator of Student Services whenever necessary.
Dayna has Bachelor of Arts in Marketing and an Information Technology Specialization from Michigan State University.
Mrs. McHard performs administrative tasks and supports the Master of Architecture degree program. She is called upon to exercise significant judgment applying University policy, procedures and enforcing academic regulations for the graduate program. She works closely with and provides support to the Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies and Department Chairs and she also regularly interacts with admissions, the registrar's office, deans office, faculty advisors, and the graduate student body. Mrs. McHard also assists the Department Chair of Architecture to coordinate the Paris Study Abroad program including publicity, the application process, management of deposit receipt, airline ticketing coordination and contact with sponsors.
As Manager, Mr. Oberhauser coordinates day-to-day operations and maintenance along with long range planning activities. He interacts with faculty, students, college administration and other departments on campus. In addition to managing the day-to-day operations of the Architectural Computer Resource Center, he also coordinates purchases, repairs, supplies and inventory for the lab and the Detroit Studio. Light maintenance, upkeep on printers, plotters and computers along with coordinating problems and updates with the central computer center are important tasks of the ACRC manager. He is also responsible for researching new programs and equipment, collecting funds from students for prints and plots, knowledge of all computer programs and understanding of local area networks on laptops (LTU Tech-book), and strategic planning on technology relating to the LTU laptop initiative. He supervises 10-12 student assistants and carrys out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable law.
Prior to LTU, he managed computer operations for a graphics studio, and managed technical support for the graphic artists at General Motors.
Joe graduated from Bowling Green State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration (BSBA). His Masters Degree (MBA) specializing in Management Information Systems is from the University of Minnesota.
Brian’s responsibilities include providing support for all audiovisual and telecommunication needs within the College, as well as off-site studio facilities. He designs and implements presentation equipment, supervises a team of student assistants, and interacts with other University departments and Colleges on a regular basis. He also directs and coordinates the installation and implementation of exhibits, events and accreditation visits. As an ancillary function, Brian manages and curates the university-owned Frank Lloyd Wright "Affleck" House. His routine role involves building maintenance issues and equipment maintenance issues.
George Charbeneau serves as Woodshop Manager and resident craftsman. His duties include guidance in the proper use and safety of the facilities and offering insight into woodworking techniques, material properties and project design.
The Visual Resource Coordinator oversees the Architecture Resource Center (ARC). The Center provides faculty and students with the resources necessary to support curriculum, research, and learning.
The Coordinator's responsibilities include supervising a small team of Student Assistants and maintaining a diverse and growing collection (books, analog/digital images, drawings, periodicals, reference works, videos, databases, special collections). Each semester the ARC reserves audio and visual equipment (cameras, slide/digital projectors, DVD, lighting and other special peripherals) for lecture and student assignment purposes.
The ARC (under the direction of CoAD and the university library) is staffed by Adrienne Aluzzo, a librarian who provides reference and research help to faculty and students in addition to performing supervisory and collection, and curatorial services.
Ms. Aluzzo has undergraduate degrees in Psychology and English, a Master's in Library Science, a Graduate Certificate in Archival Administration and is working on a Master's degree in Anthropology at Wayne State University.