Deborah Matulle, academic planner in the division of administrative services, was the recipient of an Outstanding Service Award at the 2013 Opening Day ceremony.
In a constantly changing and challenging environment, Deb Matulle is the constant when it comes to dependability, expertise and creativity in her transition to the University’s academic planner. In her role, she’s responsible for leading Lean processing and cost-recovery efforts, developing budgets and serving as liaison for campus cashiering, refunding and payment systems. Matulle came to UW Oshkosh in 1989 as a fiscal clerk in student accounts and has since worked in a variety of roles dedicating herself to understanding policies and regulations in the educational process. Since, she’s led efforts to evolve technology on campus and has helped create online bill pay and direct deposit options for students. Matulle is a member of the UW System Information Technology Management Council and the Senate of Academic Staff where she is the liaison to the Oshkosh Student Association. She’s also involved with the Student Information System Team, Education Advisory Board Campus Team and Enrollment Management Team.
Matulle earned her bachelor’s degree in liberal studies from UW Oshkosh.
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