Jacqueline Winslow

Jacqueline K. Winslow

Complex Coordinator

(302) 831-2023

My Responsibilities

My main role within the complex is to encourage student involvement at the University of Delaware through support of the RA staff and students. I know that students who are more involved in college are more satisfied with their experience and have the opportunity to learn new skills around organization, planning, managing conflict, working with people who are different from yourself, and more. I also help students when issues arise whether it is difficulty adjusting to college, roommate conflicts, or getting connected to the appropriate campus resource. More broadly, I work on the assessment efforts both within the department of Residence Life and the Division of Student Affairs.

Where I Can Help

  • Helping Students Get Involved in their Community
  • Helping Students Transition to College
  • Connecting Students with Campus Resources/ Highlighting Leadership Opportunities
  • Assisting with Student Concerns or Crises
  • Addressing Parent Concerns
  • Mediating Conflict

Educational Background

  • B.A., Mass Communication, University of Delaware
  • M.A., Interpersonal Communication & Conflict Resolution, University of Delaware
  • Ed.D., Educational Leadership: Curriculum, Technology, & Higher Education, University of Delaware

Arrival to UD


Previous Positions Held

  • Resident Assistant (University of Delaware) 2002-2003
  • Hall Director (University of Delaware) 2003 - 2006
  • Residence Hall Coordinator (East Carolina University) 2006 - 2006

Points of Pride

  • Personal:
  • I am recently engaged to James Robilotta of Bayonne, NJ. James works in Higher Education at New Jersey City University and is originally from Sayville, NY.
  • Professional:
  • Co-Created the Talent-Based Engagement Cycle - a model for student engagement.
  • Founded the Campus Day of Service sponsored by the Office of Residence Life
  • Collaborate on department and division assessment efforts

My Favorite Newark Activities

My favorite things to do in Newark are to take walks with my dog on the Green and try out new restaurants on our ever-changing Main St.!

Life Outside UD

Most of my time is dedicated to raising Seeing Eye puppies. I am part of UD's Registered Student Organization, PRoUD and have raised two dogs so far: Kyra - a 4 year old Golden/Lab cross and failed Seeing Eye puppy I've since adopted, and Sophie - a 1 year old Golden Retriever who returned for training in January 2013.