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Doane fills three Community Director positions

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Frank Ur was named the new Area Coordinator and overlooks Smith, Burrage, and Colonial Halls.

Three new Community Directors have made Doane University their home.

Like many students on campus, they live in the dorm halls and act as a resource for students as well as keeping residence halls running smoothly, safely, and in accordance with campus codes.

Hannah Dull is located in Frees Hall. As a Doane alum, Dull enjoys being back on campus and connecting with students.

“Doane became my home while I was a student. I grew so much as an individual and I wanted to come back and mentor students through a big time of growth in their own lives,” said Dull.

Jayma Ausdemore resides in Sheldon Hall. Grace Mosier occupies Hansen Leadership Hall. Coming from a military family, Mosier said she moved around frequently and lived in many places she enjoyed, including Hawaii.

Mosier graduated from University of Nebraska - Lincoln. It was at UNL where Mosier decided she wanted to stay in Nebraska and work hands on with undergraduate students.

“[I am hoping to] Build meaningful connections with students and various staff members across all of campus which will, in turn, provide an extremely formative four years for students,” said Mosier.

Frank Ur cares for Smith, Burrage and Colonial Halls. He is from New Jersey but was brought to Doane University because he wanted to experience life further west and grow in his career in higher education. His goals for working at Doane include creating a safe, fun and inclusive residential community.

“I am looking forward to very new experiences as well as seeing all the great work that students do to enhance student life,” said Ur.

Mosier said she appreciates Doane for its tight-knit community and has never felt uncomfortable as the new employee on campus. She said she has had a productive and fun summer working with other Community Directors, the Director of Residence Life and the Community Advisor staff.

Mosier said she is excited to see what her and her co-workers will accomplish this year.

Dull said the people who work and live at Doane makes it a very special university that she is proud to be a part of.

“I’m hoping that I can serve students and help them through a time where they are learning and growing. I believe every student changes in some way during their time at college and I want to be there to support students and help them as they learn and grow,” said Dull.