Batte joins recruitment and admissions team

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Tara Batte, Assistant Director of Recruitment and Admissions

Tara Batte joined the iSchool on December 4 as assistant director of recruitment and admissions. In this position, she will support recruitment and admissions for all degree programs in the School, with an emphasis on graduate programs.

Batte previously served as records service coordinator at the Office of the Registrar. She holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from Eastern Illinois University and master's degree in communications from Illinois State University.

In her free time, she enjoys running, walking, and being outside as well as spending time with her husband, dog Ozzie, and family.

"I have always been interested in admissions and recruitment efforts on campus and look forward to sharing my passion for UIUC with prospective students," said Batte.

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