For specific Workday assistance, employees should contact their institution’s Workday help desk on the Workday Support Services site for questions about Workday.
Steven Fulkerson, VP for Administration / CIO
Nathan Nolen, Project Director
Project Team Leads
David Glover, Technical Lead
Shannon Phillips, Human Capital Management Lead
Ashley Smith, Finance Lead
Samantha Higgins, Change Management Lead
Marla Strecker, Student Administration Lead
Questions about Project One? Email the Project One team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Project Coordinators continue to support their institutions though Workday sustainment.
|Shavawn Smith, AAS||Matt Brown, UADA|
|Nia Rieves, ASMSA||James Morrison, UAF|
|Charlotte Johnson, CCCUA||Carey Tucker, UAFS|
|Margaret Cotton, CJI||Kathryn Hopkins, UACCHT|
|Steven Person, UACS||Brian Keltch, UALR|
|Jay Parker, UA Grantham||Anissa Ross, UAM|
|Lee Williams, PCCUA||Ronnie Wallingsford / Jim Bowling, UAMS|
|Dustin McAnally, UACCB||Willette Totten, UAPB|
|Stephen Wallace, UACCM||Charlette Moore, UAPTC|
|Melissa Cloud, UACCRM|
About the UA System
Since its inception, the University of Arkansas System has developed a tradition of excellence that includes the state’s 1871 flagship, land-grant research university; Arkansas’s premier institution for medical education, treatment and research; a major metropolitan university; an 1890 land-grant university; two regional universities serving southern and western Arkansas; five community colleges; two schools of law; a presidential school; a residential math and science high school; a 100 percent-online university and divisions of agriculture, archeology and criminal justice. The individual entities of the UA System maintain cooperative strength as well as diverse offerings that exhibit unmatched economic and social impact to the state.
The UA System provides communities in Arkansas with access to academic and professional opportunities, develops intellectual growth and cultural awareness in its students and provides knowledge and research skills to an ever-changing society. The system enrolls more than 60,000 students, employs over 17,000 employees, and has a total budget of over $2 billion. An intrinsic part of the texture and fabric of Arkansas, the UA System is a driving force in the state’s economic, educational and cultural advancement.