Aaron Salas is the Dean of Student Success at Lone Star College-Jakarta. Prior to coming to Jakarta he was the Program Manager for the Office of Student Life at LSC-Montgomery for over two years. Aaron’s previous work experience includes working in academic support services at the University of Houston (UH) and in the Dean of Students Office at the University of New Mexico (UNM). At LSC-Jakarta Pak Aaron provides leadership in the areas of student discipline, admission, New Student Orientation, academic advising, recruitment, and academic support programs and services. He also assists with Career Services, Transfer Advising, student activities and is an instructor for the EDUC 1300 course.
Aaron holds a Bachelor’s in Mass Communication and Journalism and completed a Master’s of Education in Administration and Supervision in Higher Education at UH in 2011. His research interests include first year experience, culturally focused academic support programs, and increasing persistence and success rates of male students of color. He has been involved in professional associations including the National Association Campus Activities (NACA), National Association of Student Professional Affairs (NASPA) and National Orientation Directors Association (NODA). As an undergraduate he participated in the NASPA Minority Undergraduate Fellows Program and completed a summer internship at Bridgewater State University. He has presented at regional and national conferences on various topics including student use of Social Media and support services for students of color.
Aaron lives in Jakarta with his wife and three sons and enjoys spending time with his family and sampling all the delicious food of Indonesia. If you would like to contact Aaron you send him an email.
Dr. Janice Peyton
Dr. Janice Peyton joined the LSC-Jakarta team during the 2014 spring semester and serves as the Interim Library Director. She bring decades of library and accreditation experience from a variety of academic settings, having worked at community colleges, medium-size and large universities and private 2-year and undergraduate liberal arts colleges. She has more than 30 years of library administration experience.
Dr. Peyton was a part of the 6-member team that visited USBI to assess the campus readiness before LSCS offered classes. She has an extensive background in academic support services and has taught credit courses. Dr. Peyton holds a doctorate in Library Science, and has extensive experience as a research-focused planner. Her dissertation, “Planning Documents Used by LRC Administrators in The League for Innovation in the Community College” examines the use of internal and external documents for planning purposes.
She has worked closely with designers, architects, and construction companies at her campuses and has provided consulting services to other institutions to ensure that those libraries appropriately met the needs of local constituents. If you have questions about Library services at LSC-J you can send her an email.
Dr. Bo Rollins
It has been my privilege to study at three or the world’s great universities – Baylor University, the University of Houston, and the University of Cambridge. At Baylor, I majored in Classics, but shifted to a major in English for my M.A., M.Litt. and Ph.D. My graduate research has been focused on Restoration and Eighteenth Century drama. I was funded at Cambridge University through a grant from the Cambridge Overseas Research Trust and I am a Fellow of Hughes Hall, Cambridge and a Fellow of the Cambridge University Overseas Society.
I have served at Lone Star College since 2002. In addition to my primary assignment as a classroom instructor, I have been the Phi Theta Kappa Advisor since 2003. I have served on numerous college and system-wide committees, worked as the Foundations of Excellence co-liaison (2011-2012), and served as Interim Dean for Faculties of English and Mathematics Spring 2011. Currently, I am the Instructional Chair for LSC-Jakarta (Fall 2013/Spring 2014).
My experience in Jakarta has been life changing: we are building something for our students here that is absolutely remarkable. I genuinely believe that we are changing their lives for the better.
Dimas F. Samudra, International Transfer Advisor
Pak Dimas earned his bachelor’s degree on petroleum engineering at UPN Veteran Yogyakarta. In 2011 he received a Fulbright scholarship in The Community College Initiative Program, which provides opportunities to develop leadership and professional skills while staying and studying at U.S. While studying at Columbus State Community College in the U.S., he was actively involved in community outreach and participated in facilitating dialogue, creating presentations for various service projects.
He integrated his academic experience with hundreds of hours of community service. While maintaining a 4.0 GPA, Pak Dimas was placed on the International Dean’s List, became a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, and received the Man of The Year award from the MAN Initiative. He also presented at the Community Colleges for International Development National conference.
In 2012 he was selected by the Government of Japan to be the Discussion Facilitator for SSEAYP, an International Youth Exchange Program among Japan and 10 ASEAN countries. If you have any questions about transfer pathways at LSC-Jakarta you can send him an email.
Pak Martin got his Bachelor’s degree in Financial Management from the University of Indonesia. He continued to obtain his Master’s degree in Human Resource Management in 2007 from Atma Jaya University in Jakarta, receiving an award as the top student in his class.
Pak Martin’s began working in the banking industry in 1991.
In 2000 he became a professional trainer and moved into the human resources division. His passion is focused on employee education, human resources development, and financial management. His vast experience and knowledge has led him to join LSC – Jakarta team as Executive Director of Support Services. For any HR or Marketing question you can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.