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Administrative Technology

Greg Bagwell

Greg has worked at Belmont University since 1995 as a Database Administrator. He arrived on campus not only to use and improve his own skillset but also knowing that the work he does provides great opportunities for others to grow and make an impact in the world. Greg provides computer system support to all areas of campus from student service, finance, advancement, human resources, and dining services.

Greg graduated from Austin Peay State University in 1987 with a BS in computer science.

Beth Brewster

In June 2001, Beth joined the staff at Belmont University to administer the Computer Proficiency course for all Freshman and Transfer Students. After 10 years, Beth transferred to the Administrative Technology department to support the university’s ad hoc reporting tool Argos. Currently, Beth supports electronic forms for many departments on campus, Argos security, and help support the Elluican CRM Recruit database for admissions.

Beth studied at Kent State University, Baldwin Wallace University, Indiana State University and Belmont University. Beth has over 30 years of experience teaching and managing computer classes for adults.

Paul Chenoweth

Paul ChenowethPaul’s association with Belmont extends back into the 1970’s when he was doing independent design work for a number of departments across campus. In 2000, he joined the Technology Services staff and has worked in several roles related to Belmont University’s presence on the internet.  Paul’s principle duties in the Administrative Technology department are still web-related but include responsibilities in programming/project management, electronic ADA compliance, and mobile technologies.

Paul earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Auburn University and a M.Ed. degree from Belmont with an emphasis on technology in education. Among the other hats that Paul wears around campus, he provides game production support for Athletics, serves on Staff Affairs Council, and is a perennial student in the Art Department’s clay program.

Jill Freeman

Jill joined Belmont College in January 1986 as the programmer analyst and project manager supporting the Finance and Accounting area. In 1998, she became the director of Administrative Computing, now called Administrative Technology.

As Manager of Administrative Technology, Jill supports the campus ERP system along with many integrated third party applications including the campus portal and mobile applications.

Prior to Belmont, Jill worked at Corroon and Black Insurance Brokers where she was a programmer analyst in their Information Technology area. Jill graduated in May 1984 from Western Kentucky University with a BS degree in Information Systems Management.

Kelly Moreland Jones

Kelly Moreland JonesKelly Moreland Jones has worn several hats since coming to Belmont as a 17-year-old freshman in August of 1991.  In addition to a variety of ad hoc projects, she supports Banner Advancement users and serves as the primary liaison for BannerWeb updates.  Kelly also represents the Administrative Technology team as a representative on the university’s Data Standards Committee.
Kelly holds the B.A., cum laude, from Belmont University, having studied Religion and Philosophy and the M.Ed. from Middle Tennessee State University, having studied Higher Education Administration.  She is currently enrolled in a women’s scholars program through Central Baptist Theological Seminary and is actively working toward the M.Div. degree.

Byron Marsh

Byron joined Belmont University's staff officially as a computer technician in 1997 after having managed the computers for the Massey Business Computer Center and the School of Business as a student worker. He also worked as a network technician for Belmont's ResNet before moving to Web Programming Services in 2002. As the Web Systems Programmer, Byron provides primary user support for the MyBelmont portal and MyBelmont mobile application in addition to creating custom web applications.

Byron studied at San Diego Mesa College before completing a BBA, cum laude, in Music Business at Belmont University.

Kevin McClung

Kevin came to Belmont University in 2001 after several years working in private industry. Belmont offered a wonderful work environment and an opportunity to use his computer background to help others in an education environment. Kevin supports a wide-range of departments on campus, including Student Affairs, Residence Life, Campus Security, Event Services, Dining Services, LMS, and functional uses for various software across campus.

Kevin holds a Master’s Degree in Political Science and Geography and continues his education through support certifications. Outside of Belmont, Kevin is heavily involved in local travel soccer clubs, serving as Team Manager and directing charity outreach programs to those in need through the sport of soccer.

Elizabeth Rogers

After 10 years of corporate technical work, Elizabeth began working at Belmont University as an outside project consultant in 1994, moving into a programmer analyst role in 1995. She was excited to work in the world of higher education, both because of the teamwork she saw demonstrated by the staff and the excitement of being surrounded by young adults finding their way in the world. As a senior programmer analyst, Elizabeth provides administrative software support for both Student Financial Services and Human Resources/Payroll on Belmont’s campus. Elizabeth's college degree is in Mathematical Sciences from Baylor University.