Chris Morett, Director, guides the daily operations of the office and provides strategic direction on office policies and practices. He also advises on the planning of new instructional and learning spaces throughout the New Brunswick campuses. Chris has taught lectures, seminars, and hybrid courses at several universities. He is a Research Fellow at The Sloan Center on Aging and Work at Boston College and, outside of work, serves on the School Advisory Board at St. John the Apostle School in Clark, NJ. Chris received his BA from Rutgers University and his Master's in Public Policy and PhD in Sociology from the University at Albany. He joined the office in 2011.
Amy Brainard, Associate Director, oversees the daily course scheduling operations and plays a major role in setting the strategic direction for the office. She oversees the freshman sectioning process each summer, helping to ensure that more than 5,000 incoming students get as many of their desired courses as possible. Amy also provides training for departmental staff on the Course Scheduling System and the IMS mainframe system. Amy has worked full-time at Rutgers since 2004, starting in the Rutgers College Dean's Office and serving as Assistant Dean for Student Data Management and Special Projects at the School of Arts and Sciences, before taking her current role in February of 2016. Amy has advised students extensively and has taught the Students in Transition seminar for first-year transfer students. She holds both a Masters of Library and Information Science and a BA from Rutgers.
Frank Hannon, Space Management Officer, has worked at the university for many years. Frank helps manage the Rutgers space management system, which contains information on square footage, utilization, and departmental ownership of all university space, and also works on various special reports. Frank also plays a key role in managing our general purpose classrooms, as he gathers information and performs site visits to help plan needed maintenance and repair. His tenure has provided him the opportunity to visit not only all the main campuses of the university, but all the research centers located throughout the state from Sussex County all the way down to Cape May. A graduate of Rutgers, Frank looks forward to visiting and working with all the newly acquired RBHS facilities and experiencing Rutgers in becoming one of the premier, world-class universities in the country.
Kamini Chopra, manages all summer and winter session course scheduling. She our point person for the Office of Disability Services, working to ensure that all Rutgers students are assigned to classrooms they can access. She also processes all Master Course List change requests. Kamini joined our office in 2016 and has worked at Rutgers since 2013, when she joined the School of Communication and Information. She received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Delhi, Lady Irwin.
Bridget Greenleaf-White, Senior Scheduling Officer, manages fall and spring semester course information and scheduling for academic departments. Bridget has been at the university since 1988. Previously, she was Secretarial Assistant in the Office of the Dean at the School of Nursing for 10 years before joining the administrative staff& in the Office of Scheduling and Space Management. Currently, Bridget is a student in the School of Management and Labor Relations and has a lifetime membership in the Delta Epsilon Iota Academic Honor Society.
Joy Montuoro, Senior Scheduling Officer, manages fall and spring semester course information and scheduling for academic departments. Joy joined our office in 2010 as a Principal Secretary.
Beth Nehlsen, Senior Scheduling Officer, manages fall and spring semester course information and scheduling for academic departments. Beth has has been a part of our office since 1989. Beforehand, she worked as a bank teller and worked in her family’s retail business.
Exam and Event Scheduling
Charlotte Holland, Principal Secretary, schedules events for departments and student groups, and provides clerical support for both the scheduling and space management operations. Prior to joining the Scheduling and Space Management, she also worked in the Departments of Accounting, Biological Sciences, Math, and Geological Sciences. Before coming to the University in 1987, Charlotte was employed by Bell Labs as a computer operator.
Maria St. George, Administrative Coordinator, serves as our office manager, as well as overseeing scheduling all common hour and final exams, and room assignments for placement testing, orientation, student groups, and special events. She also is in charge of electronic door openings and closings for classroom buildings. Maria also helps plan and execute all special events that the office holds. Maria began her Rutgers career in 1997.