Awards, Recognition, Publications
The following people were recognized in the February 7 issue of Inhouse for their
- Maurice Leatherbury, Senior Director of Academic
Computing, and Carol Simpson, Assistant Professor of Library and
Information Sciences, discussed of piracy guards being implemented at UNT to lessen the transfer of copyrighted music and videos online in the Jan. 27
Dallas Morning News.
- Blair Copeland, Data Communications Computer
Systems Manager - 10 years of service.
- Chris Strauss, ACS Support Database Administrator - 10 years of service.
- Sandy Burke, Manager, Helpdesk Support Services should
have been recognized in the January 10, 2002 issue of Inhouse.
She received an award for 30 years of service.
The following people have been nominated as Soaring
Eagles and will receive their award at the President's
Staff Sack Lunch on February 25, according to the February 2003 issue of
the Human Resources Newsletter:
- Robert Jones, Programmer/Analyst EIS Project,
worked late to help a graduate advisor access important
- Jason Myre, Campus Wide Networks Messaging Support Manager,
quickly restored an appreciative person's E-mail files that had
been accidentally deleted.
Additionally, Rebecca Padia, Planning and Administration Administrative Assistant, was recognized in the
honored at the President's Staff Sack Lunch on October 22, 2002 for her suggestion to the TIPS program.
The stork has been busy this year. Last month
we announced the birth of J.T. Turner, this month we are happy to
announce the arrival of:
Name: Ethan Matthew Cofer
Parents: Chris (UNIX System Administrator) and Jennifer Cofer
Born: January 28, 2002, 3:30 a.m.
Weight: 7 lbs. 14 oz.
Length: 21 inches
Name: Genevive (Evie) Olivia Terrell
Parents: Craig (Campuswide Networking) and Amy Terrell
Born: February 13, 2003, 7:00 p.m.-ish
Weight: 7lbs 3oz
Length: 20.5 inches