Jill Sible

Jill Sible

Associate Vice-Provost for Undergraduate Education

 

The Office of Undergraduate Research is headed by Jill Sible, Assistant Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education. Her areas of responsibility include Undergraduate Research (Office of Undergraduate Research) and revision to the university's current general education program, Curriculum for Liberal Education. Sible received her bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from the University of New Hampshire and her Ph.D. in cell, molecular, and developmental biology from Tufts University School of Medicine. She was a postdoctoral fellow for Howard Hughes Medical Institute at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Her guidance brings a great perspective and leadership to the office.

Education

  • B.S., Biochemistry, University of New Hampshire, 1990
  • Ph.D., Cell, Molecular and Developmental Biology, Tufts University School of Medicine, 1995
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, 1995 - 1998
Keri Swaby

   Keri Swaby

    Coordinator for Undergraduate Research

 

 

 

 

The Office of Undergraduate Research is coordinated by Keri Swaby, who prefers to be called simply "Keri." She holds a BSc in Chemistry from McGill University (Canada), a MSc in Geochemistry from Georgia Tech and an MBA from Florida Atlantic University. She has taught chemistry to high school and college students and managed the quality control program at the world renowned Pickapeppa factory in Jamaica. More recently, Keri has worked as an environmental consultant with Geosyntec Consultants, in Florida. Keri has run her own business and continues to manage the busy schedules of her three young children. She brings a diverse skill set and genuine love of students to the position of University Undergraduate Coordinator.

Education

  • BS, Chemistry, McGill University, 1994
  • MS, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (Geochemistry), Georgia Institute of Technology, 1998
  • MBA, Environmental Management, Florida Atlantic University, 2001