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The following are new employees:

  • Diane Kohlhase, Programmer/Analyst, UNT/HSC Fiscal Data Systems Team.
  • Lisa Hulbert, Programmer, UNT/HSC Fiscal Data Systems Team.
  • Richard Brown, Programmer, UNT/HSC Fiscal Data Systems Team.

The following people no longer work in the Computing Center:

  • Patti Price, RSS Statistical Consultant (part-time).
  • name removed by request, Production Control Scheduler.


  • Rebecca Padia, Planning and Administration Administrative Assistant, has moved from ISB 235A to ISB 235L.

Awards, Recognition

The Computing Center has had a lot of people recognized as Soaring Eagles recently. The following folks will receive awards at the President's staff sack lunch on May 9, 2001. These notices were contained in the May 2001 Human Resources Newsletter :

  • Allen Akers, Voice & Web Strategic Applications Programmer/Analyst: "we heard that you recently put in many extra hours (including weekends and a few 'all-nighters' to meet a deadline. Thanks for your efforts and for your patient, positive attitude."
  • Allen Akers, Voice & Web Strategic Applications Programmer/Analyst; Barbara Heffley, UNT/HSC Fiscal Data Systems Programmer; and Dan Strange, NT/HSC Fiscal Data Systems Programmer/Analyst: "thanks are coming your way for all your hard work developing a new Web application."
  • Gini Kennedy and Linda Wallace, both Programmer/Analysts with the Student Records Data Systems Team: "thanks to both of you for using your lunch hour to help a colleague paint and paper his office!"
  • Brendan Carroll, Computer Support Specialist, ABN Server/User Support: "when a student collapsed, you immediately stepped in to render assistance. As it turns out, your quick action may well have saved his life. You really Soar!"


Patti Price, RSS Statistical Consultant, presented her research on international adoption outcomes at the Society for Research in Child Development in April. In June she will also be presenting this research and research on student attitudes toward Web-based learning to the American Psychological Society.