Listening as a Pathway to Presence
Listening identifies what is possible as it also calls us to action.
Jill Randles joined the UMBC community in 1992. She initially served as the coordinator of evening student services and then moved to the College of Engineering and Information Technology. She held her position there for five years as coordinator and then director of undergraduate student services. In 2002, Randles moved to the Provost’s Office where she continues to serve as the assistant vice provost and assistant dean for Academic Engagement and Transition Programs.