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Staff, Reporting Offices

In addition to the staff listed below, vice presidents, chancellors, and a few system offices report directly to the president.

 

 

Staff

Timothy L. Killeen
President
PresidentKilleen@uillinois.edu

Laura Clower
Chief of Staff
clower@uillinois.edu

Kathy Fogerson
Administrative Assistant, Urbana
kfogerso@uillinois.edu

Regina Harrington
Coordinator of Special Projects
rhrrngtn@uillinois.edu

Dena Bagger
Director of Special Events
dbagger2@uillinois.edu 

Lisa Weidinger
Administrative Aide
lmweidi4@uillinois.edu

Joyce Williams
Administrative Assistant, Chicago
william4@uillinois.edu

Chelsey Mohr
Office Manager, Urbana
cbmohr@uillinois.edu 

Office locations

Urbana

364 Henry Administration Building, MC-346
506 S. Wright St.
Urbana, IL 61801
Phone: 2l7-333-3070

Chicago

414 Administrative Office Building, MC-760
1737 W. Polk St.
Chicago, IL 606l2
Phone: 312-413-9097
Fax: 312-413-8301

Presidential Fellows

The Presidential Fellows Program is sponsored by the Office of the President of the University of Illinois System. This program is designed to stimulate and facilitate projects by faculty members from across the System to help realize institutional goals. The faculty selected by the president as Fellows will work in close collaboration with the Office of the President and other System and university offices to develop projects that enhance the academic, research, economic development and civic engagement missions of the System. Learn more about the program

Wendy Heller, Urbana-Champaign
w-heller@illinois.edu | Biography
Dr. Heller is a Professor of Psychology in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Psychology Department Head (on leave) in Urbana. She is affiliated with the Neuroscience program, the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, the Gender and Women’s Studies program, and the Carle Illinois College of Medicine. She was named a Fellow for the Association of Psychological Science in 2009 and was elected President of the Society for Research in Psychopathology, serving from 2019-2021. Dr. Heller’s research focuses on neural mechanisms associated with emotion-cognition interactions and their implications for psychopathology with a particular interest in anxiety and depression.

As a Presidential Fellow, Dr. Heller will working closely with the Vice President of Academic Affairs office to coordinate the Leadership Initiative for Women Faculty. This important initiative is focused on reducing barriers to the advancement of women to positions of academic leadership.