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Student Services Office Faculty and Staff

Jeanne Hayes, MD, MPH

Associate Dean of Student Affairs 

Dr. Hayes oversees the School of Community Medicine (SCM) Student Services for both the medical and physician assistant students. Her specific responsibilities include admissions, student advising, student grievances, scholarship administration and a host of other student duties. 

(918) 660-3694


Meredith Talley, BA, MHR

Director of Student Services and Admissions

Meredith serves as the Director of the Student Services office, managing the day to day operation of all aspects of student services, including outreach, recruitment, admissions, student activities, orientation, graduation, exam proctoring, current student support, and more.  Meredith also serves as an advisor for the SCM Student Executive Council. 

(918) 660-3092


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Tammy Kuykendall

Student Services Coordinator

Tammy serves as the coordinator medical students.  She is responsible for the scheduling and enrollment aspects for the preclinical classes and clinical rotations and clerkships.  Tammy serves as the SCM's Chief Proctor for the national exams administered during student's third and fourth years.  She is also the liaison to all area hospitals and ensures students have the necessary documentation for clinical rotations.

(918) 660-3502


Wang Yang

Wang Yang

Scholarship and Business Coordinator

Wang supports students in a variety of ways including planning events such as the student match lunch, convocation and other student services. Wang is the administrative support for the Scholarship and Awards Committee and coordinates the scholarship process for the students in the SCM.  She joined our office in November 2017

(918) 660-3498



Lindsey Peaker 

Administrative Support Specialist 

Lindsey is the first friendly face you’ll see when you visit the Student Services Office. Her responsibilities include, coordination and support of the general day-to-day operational, administrative, and clerical tasks related to the Student Services Office. 

(918) 660-3500


Rosanne Mcdaniel, EdS, LPC, LADC, CEDS

Student Success Program Senior Counselor

Rosanne serves as the student success program senior counselor. She provides opportunities for student development collectively and individually to empower academic, professional, and personal success. Rosanne collaborates with students, faculty, and staff to develop a holistic approach that addresses observed and self-identified obstacles. She offers assistance identifying academic resources, developing professional skills, and providing emotional support to help students reach their highest potential.



Ellen Paulson 

Admissions, Recruitment and Special Projects Coordinator

Ellen serves as the Admissions, Recruitment and Special Projects Coordinator. Ellen helps coordinate admissions activities and pipeline programs such as Club Scrubs and MASH Camp for high school students during the summer. In addition, Ellen recruits prospective students for the School of Community Medicine and helps with the admissions process. Ellen helps with facilitating student led clubs, meetings, workshops, interview days and various events for high school students and current medical and physician assistant students for the School of Community Medicine. Ellen has a unique perspective since her previous role in the University was the Student Coordinator for the first and second year medical students. She has a good grasp on what it takes to be a medical student and what all they encounter in their first two years. Ellen has worked for the University since April of 2020, but has been in this role since January 2022.

(918) 660-3447


Emily Gotcher

Medical Educaiton Pathways, DEI Coordinator

Emily serves as the Medical Education Pathways, DEI Coordinator. In this role, she designs and coordinates three major projects to support SCM’s diversity and inclusion initiatives. Her focus is on bridging the gap between students that are Underrepresented in Medicine and access to Medical School. Her projects support premedical students and their journey to building a successful medical school application and current MS4 students during visits that promote a greater understanding of the Tulsa community. Emily also supports operational functions within the Student Services office and joined this office in October of 2022.