FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The University of Arkansas Bogle Academic Center welcomed three full-time staff members this week. Joining the Razorbacks are Tamesha Greenlee, Justin Johnson and Louis Love as full-time employees working with the Razorback student-athletes. “I am very pleased and excited by the leadership Melissa Harwood-Rom has demonstrated in our combined Academic Support Program,” Vice Chancellor and Director of Athletics Jeff Long said.“The addition of Tamesha, Justin and Louis reflect our continued effort to provide our student-athletes the very best in academic support. Our ultimate goal is graduation and we are committed to providing the resources necessary to assist our young people in achieving this goal.” Greenlee and Johnson are both former graduate assistants in the academic center at Arkansas. Prior to her fall hiring in the academic center, Greenlee worked as a student development specialist and communications coordinator at Arkansas for two years. She earned her master’s degree from the UA in higher education in 2006 while working two years as a graduate assistant for the former women’s athletics department. Greenlee is a 2004 graduate of Arkansas Tech and is working with Arkansas’ soccer, gymnastics and tennis teams this year. Johnson also earned his master’s degree in sport management at Arkansas this year. He was a two-year graduate assistant working coordinating tutors, class schedules and monitoring study hall. In addition, Johnson worked with Arkansas’ Champs/Life Skills department scheduling speakers for student-athletes and facilitating community service programs. He will be working primarily with Arkansas baseball and swimming and diving team this year. Love joins the Razorbacks after a year as the assistant in the Center for Student Athletic Services at Texas A&M University. While with the Aggies, Love assisted the football and men’s swimming and diving team with their academic progress. A former football player at UMass, Love has worked with the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Jets Mentoring Experience, IMG in their football division and CAAS as a player services associate. A 2004 graduate of UMass in economics, Love earned his master’s degree in sport management in 2006 from the Isenberg School of Management adding his professional master of business administration in 2007.