TaJuana Redmond Jackson
Research and Graduate Project Coordinator
TaJuana Redmond Jackson, a former high school teacher, is now the research and graduate education project coordinator for the College of Liberal Arts. TaJuana holds dual undergraduate degrees from the University of Mississippi in Journalism and English. She also holds two degrees from Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, Tennessee: a Master’s in education and an Educational Specialist Degree. She serves as the liaison between the Office of Sponsored Programs and the College’s departments and centers & institutes here on campus. She works directly with faculty PI’s and faculty scholars assisting them with the internal transmittal, including all needed templates, attachments and budget development. She is responsible for all travel for the College and works with all faculty and staff to ensure all paperwork is complete and prepared for submission.