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New Employee:

  • Frank Lugo, Information Security Intern, CITC Administration, Information Security (part-time).

No longer working in the Computing and Information Technology Center:

  • Anup Pachlag, ˝ time programmer on EIS project.

  • Howard Draper, Information Security Intern, CITC Administration, Information Security (part-time).

  • Arvind Srinivasan, Lab Monitor, ACS General Access Lab, ACS (part-time).

Awards, Recognition, Publications

  • Janice Madlock, Systems Programmer/Analyst, Enterprise Systems Technical Support, was honored at a celebration of UNT's African-American pioneers of desegregation during a black-tie optional gala on February 14 at the Winspear Hall of the Murchison Performing Arts Center.

  • Dr. Philip Baczewski, Associate Director of Academic Computing presented a paper entitled, "Modeling Music Perception: Untangling Methods and Methodologies" at the 2004 annual meeting of the Texas Society for Music Theory held at Texas State University in San Marcos on February 27-28.

    Dr. Philip Baczewski and Dr. Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner, ACS Student Computing Services Manager, presented a poster entitled, "Checkin 4.0: A Computer Lab and Facilities Management System at the University of North Texas" at the 2004 EDUCAUSE Southwest region meeting, held in Dallas, Texas on February 25-28.

  • Dr, Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner had her work, "Finishline" for videotape and
    electronic soundtrack presented at the State University of New York at StonyBrook on March 5, 2004 and also at the Women and Technology Music Festival at California State University at Fullerton on March 13, 2004.

  • Cathy Gonzalez, EIS Training/Computing Administration Manager, and Vicky Walker-Brooks, EIS Application Infrastructure Management Programmer/Analyst, gave presentations at the 2004 HEUG (Higher Education User Group – PeopleSoft) Conference in Atlanta, G on March 8.

    Cathy presented in the category of Training Strategies on the topic “Standardizing Learning Events”. Vicky co-presented in the Technical category with a Quest software vendor on the topic “Change Management in Higher Ed: The Stat Experience at University of North Texas.” Cathy also sat on a panel of training experts presenting the topic of Training and PeopleSoft Implementations.

  • Mike Williams, Desktop OS Support, Network Computing Services, was recognized in the February 27, 2004 issue of InHouse@unt for an interview he gave on the dangers of a recent-email worm in the January 28 issue of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.