Archer joins Student Affairs team

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Matt Archer, Coordinator of Academic and Student Affairs for PhD

Matt Archer has joined the iSchool as coordinator of academic and student affairs. In his new role, he will support the social and academic development of students in the PhD degree program.

Prior to joining the School, Archer served as residence director of Nugent Hall on the University of Illinois campus. He holds a bachelor's degree in music from the University of South Carolina, master's degree in higher education and student affairs from Eastern Michigan University, and is currently pursuing a doctorate in educational leadership from Oakland University.

"The iSchool is an amazing place to be, with an abundance of dedicated students and opportunities," said Archer. "Information sciences is truly meaningful to me—my previous career was in IT, and some of my publications are in human-computer interaction. I look forward to getting to know our students as we continue to grow our PhD program."

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