HR Staff

Meet the HR Staff

The reorganization of the Human Resources department has progressed extremely well with many of you sending thank you notes to our staff. We will continue our service to you and will focus on the theme of "dialogue and respect for human dignity" in our work ahead with you. 

With this theme we hope to:

  • Increase the ability of our University to further develop interpersonal skills through our next training initiatives under our UD LEADS 2 curriculum.
  • Continue discussing and developing the ability to use such tools as our ATS (Applicant Tracking System) to simplify your work.
  • Be more proactive in implementing diversity and inclusion initiatives and meeting our affirmative action needs. 
  • Provide a broader knowledge of how we work and relate to one another furthering human dignity.
  • Develop programs focused on lifelong learning, human development, and wellness support. 

Sincerely,

Dr. Richard T. Huntley
Assistant Vice President, HR
972- 721-4142
 
 
 
HR Org

 

Q & A for HR frequently asked questions (who do I contact?)

  • Affirmative Action
    • Dr. Heather Kissack
  • Benefit Provider Issues
    • Tashaly Plummer
  • Benefit Enrollment & Counseling
    • Tashaly Plummer
  • Codes (department, payroll, employee, etc.)
    • LaCoya Williams
  • Compensation 
    • Dr. Rick Huntley
  • Complaint Resolution
    • Dr. Rick Huntley
  • Data Integrity, Changes
    • LaCoya williams
  • EAF
    • LaCoya Williams
  • Employee Relations
    • Rick Huntley
  • Faculty HR Related Processes
    • Dr. Heather Kissack
  • Hiring Process
    • Hayden Shepard
  • Job Postings
    • Hayden Shepard
  • Job Titles and Descriptions
    • Dr. Mary Fleck
  • Learning
    • Dr. Mary Fleck
  • Leaves (all types)
    • Tashaly Plummer
  • Offers of Employment
    • Hayden Shepard
  • Performance Appraisals 
    • Dr. Mary Fleck
  • Performance Improvement Plans
    • Dr. Mary Fleck
  • RASH 
    • LaCoya Williams
  • Reports
    • LaCoya Williams
  • Recruiting
    • Hayden Shepard
  • Student Employment
    • LaCoya Williams
  • Tuition Waiver & Tuition Exchange
    • Tashaly Plummer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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At a time when many small liberal arts universities are struggling, the University of Dallas has some good news to offer: The strategic sale of the apartment complex owned by the university for 24 years has increased the endowment by nearly 27 percent, or $16 million, bringing the current value to over $76 million. Further, this increase is predicted to eventually generate an additional $800,000 annually for UD's operations, capital and maintenance budgets.

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