There’s a new face roaming the second floor of the University of South Florida College of Public Health. And, it belongs to Ms. Mandy Stuck. She recently joined the Department of Health Policy & Management as their academic services administrator.
A native of Ann Arbor, Michigan, Mandy attended the University of Chicago and Eastern Michigan University before landing in Jacksonville, Florida. She worked at the University of North Florida for seven years, moving up from the Department Chemistry & Physics to a promotion in the Department of Biology.
In 2008, Mandy relocated to Tampa and made USF her professional home. Most recently, Mandy served as the academic program specialist in the College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Geology. Among her many tasks were managing more than 65 graduate students in three different academic programs.
Working in the College of Arts and Sciences left Mandy with a penchant for travel. Since geologists often work in remote locations to study earthquakes & volcanoes, she became an expert in the online travel module.
When she’s not at USF, Mandy can be found enjoying the single life in Carrollwood. Her interests include music, friendly dogs, fitness training, baseball, the World Cinema, and learning new things.
“Everyone has been very welcoming and supportive – I’m really happy to have crossed the great divide from Arts & Sciences to Health. But wait … is that pendulum in the atrium Art or Science?”