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Terri Camesano

Terri Anne Camesano

Prof & Dean of Grad Studies
Office: Office of the Provost
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5380
Deborah Baron

Deborah A Baron

Executive Assistant and Operations Manager
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x4681
Debbie supports the dean of Graduate Studies. In this role, she provides organizational and administrative assistance and manages a range of special projects and activities. Her responsibilities include providing financial management support, overseeing the graduate travel fund, and coordinating graduate student events. Debbie brings more than 20 years of experience in retail and business environments. She is the former owner and operator of a full-service bridal shop, and previously served as a flight attendant for United Airlines. ... View Profile
Rory Flinn

Rory Joseph Flinn

Assistant Dean, Graduate Studies
Office: 27 Hackfeld Rd
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x6360
As the Director of Graduate Student Professional Development, my mission is to design, facilitate, and lead high quality professional development programming that meets the needs for WPI’s amazing graduate students so that they are best equipped to identify their best career fit and develop the competencies needed to advance their careers. I received my PhD in Molecular Pharmacology from Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and have expertise in graduate-level career and professional development. View Profile
Joan Murphy

Joan M. Murphy

Operations Manager
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5574
Joan prepares all the funding letters for Teaching Assistants, Research Assistants and Fellowships and forms and letters for the Fulbright students.  She sends funding letters to prospective students keeping track of the number of TA allocations.  She also works closely with the graduate coordinators and graduate administrative assistants.  View Profile
Reeta Rao

Reeta Prusty Rao

Associate Dean of Graduate Studies
Office: Life Science and Bioengineering Center 4013
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x6120
My research program focuses on understanding and managing fungal diseases. We primarily study Candida albicans, an opportunistic pathogen and the most prevalent fungal pathogen of humans. It is responsible for common clinical problems including oral thrush and vaginitis, but can also lead to life-threatening systematic infections in immunocompromised individuals such as AIDS patients, resulting in 30-50% mortality rates. The estimated annual cost of treating nosocomial Candida infections exceeds $1 billion per year. ... View Profile

Learn more about the staff available on campus that can assist graduate students in various divisions.

Amanda Laungani Assistant Director, Co-op and Career Services Career Development Center 508-831-5260
Jeannette Dailida Graduate Operations Coordinator Registrar 508-831-5477
Rosemarie Galeotalanza Assistant Bursar Financial Services 508-831-4876
Amanda Woodward-Mitchell Associate Director Financial Aid 508-831-5469