(M.B.A., '95 Ph.D.), West Linn, Ore., is chief scientist for Unicru
Inc., which has been recognized for implementing the first commercial
application of artificial intelligence technology for employee selection.
The company's patent applications were written by Scarborough and
are based on his UNT management dissertation.
('89 M.P.A.), Rowlett, is now the city manager for Rowlett.
She has worked in Bedford, Midland, Lubbock, Odessa and Tracy, Calif.
City, senior reporter at the Texas City Sun, received first
place in investigative reporting from the Associated Press Managing
Editors Association for a series of news articles that exposed high
benzene emissions at two Texas City plants. Bernard also received
first place in specialty reporting and second place in business
reporting. At North Texas, she was a Talon and president of Sigma
Delta Chi, the journalism society.
(M.B.A., '92 Ph.D.), Provo, Utah, has been elected president
of the Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals. He is
an associate professor at Brigham Young University.
('90), Highland Village, announce the birth of their son,
Caelix, on Oct. 28, 2001.
San Antonio, is an Association for the Study of Internal Fixation
consultant for Synthes Spine and works with neurosurgeons and orthopedic
surgeons in San Antonio to promote the company's spinal implants.
He is married and has two children — Matthew, 7, and Abigail,
Richardson, financial planner with the Northwestern Mutual Financial
Network, received recognition for being a Top 20 producer in the
(Ph.D.), Maryville, Mo., has been promoted to full professor at
Northwest Missouri State University.
Norman, Okla., heads the exhibit department at the Sam Noble Oklahoma
Museum of Natural History. The museum, a research branch of the
University of Oklahoma, has 50,000 square feet of exhibition space,
and more than 350,000 people visit each year.