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Cheri Rowden

Cheri Rowden
Administrative Assistant III
108B Hines Academic Center
(512) 245-3332
cheri_rowden@txstate.edu

 

Cheri Rowden earned both a Bachelor’s and a Master’s of Science degree from the School of Criminal Justice and Criminology at Texas State University, joining the School as a member of the adjunct teaching faculty in 2011. In 2012, Cheri began working in the School’s Center for Geospatial Intelligence and Investigation as the assistant to Center Director and University Chair in Criminology, Dr. Kim Rossmo. Currently, Cheri is the assistant to the Director of the School of Criminal Justice and Criminology, Dr. Christine Sellers. Along with acting as the School’s grant manager, Cheri’s responsibilities include overseeing all budget-related processes including hiring, payroll, purchasing, travel, and time administration.


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Sienna Schroeter
Administrative Assistant II
108A Hines Academic Center
(512) 245-2844
ss1926@txstate.edu

 

Sienna Schroeter is currently pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Forensic Psychology. Sienna joined Texas State University in 2016 starting in Undergraduate Admissions then moving to the Health Information Management Department before settling in the School of Criminal Justice and Criminology as an Administrative Assistant. Sienna’s responsibilities include maintaining all technical equipment for faculty and staff, providing course overrides for students and assisting with any faculty or staff requests.


Picture of Sienna SchroeterAdriana Fersaca
Administrative Assistant II
110 Hines Academic Center
(512) 245-7405
af1340@txstate.edu

 

Adriana Fersaca earned her Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations from Texas State University in 2015. She is originally from Venezuela and Spanish is her first language. While she attended her undergraduate program, she was a student worker at the International Student and Scholar Services Office for 2.5 years and she was involved in student community as well, aiding her office with the former student organization International Student Leadership Association (ISLA), which she led to earning the Hispanic Policy Network Award for campus involvement in 2014-2015. Adriana enjoys helping students with any matter they may encounter, and her duties include assisting the graduate programs with administrative duties in the School of Criminal Justice and Criminology.