MacMurray hires new registrar
June 27, 2012
JACKSONVILLE, IL – Glen Clatterbuck, of Jacksonville, began his duties earlier this month as registrar at MacMurray College, where he is responsible for class scheduling, registration of students, keeping permanent records of students’ grades and academic achievements, plus other duties.
“I’m thrilled to begin the next chapter of my career at MacMurray,” Clatterbuck said. “The position will be interesting and challenging, and, as I’m getting started, the people have been wonderfully friendly and welcoming.”
Before coming to MacMurray, Clatterbuck was registrar at Illinois College in Jacksonville since 1995. Previous to that, he was a speech professor at several universities, including the University of Denver and Butler University.
Clatterbuck received his master’s and Ph.D. in communication studies from Northwestern University in Evanston, and his bachelor’s from the College of William and Mary. He is the co-author of four books and the author of various chapters of books and of numerous articles and reviews.
“MacMurray is pleased and excited to have a registrar of Glen’s experience and knowledge joining the College,” said John Bailey, MacMurray vice president for academic affairs and student life. “He is a wonderful addition to the MacMurray family.”
Clatterbuck replaces Allan Metcalf, who has returned to teaching English Literature and writing at MacMurray. He lives in Jacksonville with his wife, Claire Jerry, a former MacMurray professor. They have two grown sons.