Scot Mall serves as the Student Sunrise Project Coordinator for Arts & Sciences. He supports the A&S leadership and project representatives, change managers and project leads in the important work of building, testing and deploying the WorkDay Student information system. One of the most rewarding aspects of his work is stewarding the discovery, analysis, design and change management required by this complex multiyear project.
Scot hails originally from Northern California, with several stops on the way to Missouri in 2017. He entered higher education in 2001 as a student advisor and has had the pleasure of supporting students in a variety of administrative leadership roles. For a decade he also taught students as an adjunct instructor. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History with a visual art minor and subsequently earned a Master of Business Administration.
He enjoys spending time with his wife and two children in a variety of formats, including hiking and playing games (from Minecraft to board games), travelling, and eating good food.