The following are new employees:
- Chantez Knight, I/O Consultant
- Jason Gutierrez, Support
Specialist on GroupWise Team, Campus Wide
- Silvester Montalvo, Jr.,
- Stephen Parmer, I/O Consultant
- Elise Waltman, Tape Librarian,
Computer Operations (part-time).
The following people no longer work in the Computing
- Saleh Lajkem, part-time operator
in Operations group.
- James Martin, Production
- Andrew McGregor, Computer
Support Specialist on the GroupWise and
Electronic Messaging Team.
- LaQuita Nichols, part-time
operator in Operations group.
- Blas Rodriguez, Jr., Tape
Awards, Recognition, Publications, Performances
- Steve Minnis, Director,
Mainframe Technical Services, was recently
honored for his 30 years of service to the
- Mike Maner, Communication
Systems Manager, was recently honored for his 20
years of service to the University.
- The following people will be honored at the
Chancellor's staff lunch on October 16 as
"Soaring Eagles," for their outstanding
service to UNT:
- Doug Alders, Computer
Equipment Operator, Philip
Baczewski, Associate Director,
Academic Computing Services, Kory
Booth, Computer Equipment
Operator, Nola Campbell,
IBM OS Systems Programmer, Rory
Rivoire, Communications System
Manager, and Don Swatloski,
Team Leader, Database/Central Programming
Support-- for their "extra
mile" effort in assisting an
employee's return to work after a
- Don Butler, Team Leader,
Student Records Data Systems, quickly
helped a department handle large data
files they had received.
- Darren Dugan, NetWare
4.1/NDS Support, went "above and
beyond" in assisting the campus
- Dowel Morrow and David
Technicians, helped out ID systems on
- Panagiotis Russos,
Microcomputer Consultant, for his help in
recovering an important file for an
- Bob Saringer,
CATV/Communications Technician, for his
unfailing wilingess to help a co-worker
when she needs unusual help on a project.
- Coy Hoggard, Senior. Director of
Administrative Computing, was the guest columnist
in the July 6 issue of inhouse. His
article, "Why the UNT System needs a new
information system," can be read at http://www.unt.edu/inhouse/july62001/hoggardguestcolumn.htm
- Dr. Karl Ho, Research and
Statistical Support Services Manager, attended
the International Studies Association 2001 Hong
Kong Convention between 7/26 and 7/28. The theme
of the conference was "Globalization and Its
Challenges in the 21st Century". At the
conference, he presented a paper (co-authored
with Alexander Tan and Max Yu) titled "Asian
Values and Beyond: Democratization, Human Rights,
and Economic Growth in East Asia,
1976-1993". He also chaired
and discussed at two panels titled "Asian
Political Economy" and "Coping with
Financial Liberalization" (for Alexander
Tan). For more details, please consult the
convention's on-line program at: http://csf.colorado.edu/isa/hongkong/hkprog2.txt
- Rich Herrington, Research and
Statistical Support Consultant, is now Dr.
Rich Herrington, having graduated with his Ph.D.
in Psychology this month.
- Dr. Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner,
Student Computing Services Manager -- Her
multimedia work, "A Stitch in Time,"
will be presented at Yonsei University in Seoul
South Korea in September during a national
conference of the Korean Society
for Women Composers.