Karen Womack Shawn,
Saginaw, is a teacher at Boswell High School. She was awarded the
Gabrielle and Joseph Crighton Scholarship
at TWU, where she is pursuing her master
of education degree
in education administration and principal certification.
Ugboro (M.B.A., '84
Ph.D.), Greensboro, N.C., has been promoted to professor in the
School of Business and Economics at North
Carolina A&T State University.
(M.Ed.), has retired as superintendent of the Lake Worth School
District and the Education Service Center, Region XI, after 28
years of service in education.
Arlington, was one of the artists featured in an exhibit at the
Arlington Museum of Art this summer. The Bridge, part of
an exchange between sister cities Arlington and Bad Königshofen,
Germany, included works by Arlington and Bavarian artists.
Dallas, is vice president of public relations and marketing communication
at UniFocus in Carrollton.
Pettit (M.S., '
95 Ph.D.), Garland, engineering fellow at Raytheon Intelligence
and Information Systems in Garland, was awarded the National
Intelligence Meritorious Unit Citation from the director of central
intelligence in 2003. She serves as chief engineer on several
Raytheon projects and has testified before Congress on matters
of national defense. She continues to serve UNT as a member of
the Industrial Advisory Board of the Department of Computer Science
Linda A. Monaco
(Ph.D.), Oak Point, retired as superintendent of the Little Elm school district
in June. She worked in the district for 10 years and served as superintendent
for two years. She plans to continue to work after retirement as an adjunct instructor
at UNT and TWU.
Longview, is married to former UNT student Bob
Ward, who wrote
a section for the book King Football: The Greatest Games
in Texas High School Football History. Her son, Timothy, 12, was honored
as a Duke Talent Identification Program statewide scholar during
a recognition ceremony at UNT this summer.
Lewiston, N.Y., was promoted to associate athletic director at Niagara University, where she has worked for 14 years. She
played on the women's volleyball team at North Texas and
says she still bleeds green.
M.Ed.), Denton, married George Travis Rousseau of Dallas. She
is employed as an information designer in the technology department
of Southwest Airlines.
Dallas, earned her juris doctor degree from Texas Wesleyan University
School of Law in December 2002. She passed the bar in February
and is now licensed to practice law in Texas.
Dallas, has been named head basketball coach at Cedar Valley College.
He is the former manager of team affairs for the Dallas Mavericks.
Santa Fe, N.M., appeared in the Santa Fe Opera's
production of Kátya Kabanová this summer, singing
the title role.
Claremore, Okla., has been named chief technology officer for S4F
Inc., a company that provides Internet filtering services. He and
his wife, Gretchen, have a daughter, Athena, 1.
('92 M.B.A., '95 Ph.D.), Mount Pleasant, Mich., has
been promoted to professor of business information systems at
Central Michigan University.
McKinney, married Frank D. Castro on June 21. She is a former
employee of Northwest ISD and taught middle school band.