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Transitions

The following are new employees:

  • Marcus Carlisle, returning I/O Consultant (part-time).
  • Daniel Lobert, I/O Consultant (part-time).
  • Stephen Parmer, I/O Consultant (part-time).
  • Matinka Dobreva, ACS General Access Lab monitor (part-time).

The following people no longer work in the Computing Center:

  • Mark Wilcox, Campus Web Administrator.
  • Gary Lakhmanchuk, I/O Consultants(part-time).
  • Wai Yi Li (Winnie), I/O Consultant (part-time).
  • Mary Katherine Wright, ACS General Access Lab monitor (part-time).

Changes

The following people have changed the status of their employment within the Computing Center:

  • Shane Jester, formerly a Web Developer in Central Web Support, is now the Campus Web Administrator.
  • Derily Boutwell, formerly a Data Entry Operator, is now a Production Control Scheduler on the Production Control team.
  • Susan Bryant, formerly a Data Entry Operator, is now an Administrative Assistant on the Planning and Administration team.

Awards, Recognition

  • Dr. Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner, Student Computing Services Manager, has been elected Secretary of the Society for Electroacoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS).She is just completing a four-year term as Treasurer of the organization.
  • Bill Buntain, Director of Networking and Communications Services, was recently honored for his 15 years of continuous service to the University.
  • Robert Jones, Programmer/Analyst on the Student Records Data Systems Team, was recognized as a Soaring Eagle in the February 2001 issue of the Human Resources Newsletter. On a really cold, icy day, he stayed and helped "a co-worker and then a stranger clear their windshields of ice," without gloves on!