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Staff Profiles

Below is a list of our staff grouped by area of employment. Click on the blue link to contact them by email. All staff may be reached by calling 920-424-3212.

Leadership Team

The Department of Residence Life at UW Oshkosh houses over 3,100 students, develops over 200 student staff, and employs 3 dozen professional and graduate-student staff. The Leadership Team provides overall direction and development in support of the department’s mission and vision.



  • Robert Babcock, Director of Residence Life
  • , Associate Director of Residence Life (Donner, Evans, Stewart, Taylor, & Webster Halls)
  • , Associate Director of Residence Life, Housing Operations
  • , Associate Director of Residence Life & Director of the Gruenhagen Conference Center
  • , Associate Director of Residence Life (Fletcher, Horizon Village, North Scott, South Gruenhagen, & South Scott Halls)
  • Ellie Lang, Coordinator of Residential Conduct
  • Christopher Wagner, Assistant Director of the Gruenhagen Conference Center
  • , Coordinator of Initiatives, Assessment, & Special Programs
  • Kristen Gonyo, Coordinator of Housing Occupancy

Hall Staff

Each hall has live-in, professional staff that help manage the day to day needs of the residents. Residence Hall Directors (RHDs) have all earned a Master’s degree in Student Affairs, Higher Ed. Administration, or a similar field. Assistant Residence Hall Directors (ARHDs) are graduate students working towards these degrees, getting real-world experience in the field they aim to join.

Donner Hall

  • Vacant, Residence Hall Director

Evans & Stewart Hall

Fletcher Hall

Horizon Village

North Scott Hall

South Scott Hall

  • Vacant, Residence Hall Director
  • Cole Brooks, Assistant Residence Hall Director

Taylor Hall

Community Advisors

Each residence hall is also staffed by a number of Community Advisors (CAs) who live in the halls with the residents. They hold programs, engage with residents, and help make the time spent in the hall enjoyable. They have been extensively trained in peer assistance, connecting residents to resources and each other, and community development.

Health Advocates

Undergraduate student Health Advocates (HAs) live in the halls with the purpose of educating our communities on various personal health and wellness concerns. They can provide basic health care supplies including first aid materials and over-the-counter medication, and will refer students to other resources as needed. These students have been trained on a wide variety of community health topics for a diverse campus population.



Community Development Specialist Staff

The Community Development Specialist (CDS) staff are undergraduate students with responsibilities for supporting the co-curricular goals of the Department of Residence Life.



Gruenhagen Conference Center

Check out the GCC staff profiles here.