David Snow, Enterprise Systems Specialist - 5 years
Marlon Legaspi, Instructional Technology Sr. Engineer - 20 years
James Oad, Information Technology Analyst - 30 years
On April 2, 2012 James Bort became the newest member of the Enterprise Application Systems (EAS) team. Most recently James was leading the SU Mobile App development team in Academic Applications and Service Centers (AASC). He has also been working with Imagining America as they look to enhance their Customer Relationship Management (CRM) initiatives using Salesforce.com. James now reports to Trudi Porter and while he maintains his office space in 1-226 CST for now, he will be moving to Skytop soon. You can contact James at x5986 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Ryan Badman, a math and physics major in SU's College of Arts and Sciences (and Lee Badman's son) has been named a 2012-13 Remembrance Scholar. Remembrance Scholarships are awarded through a rigorous and competitive process that focuses on distinguished academic achievement, citizenship and service to the community. Ryan has also been recognized as a 2012 Goldwater Scholar. The Goldwater Foundation was established by Congress in 1986. The Scholarship Program honoring Senator Barry M. Goldwater was designed to foster and encourage outstanding students to pursue careers in the fields of mathematics, the natural sciences, and engineering. The Goldwater Scholarship is the premier undergraduate award of its type in these fields. Last year Ryan was named a 2011-12 Astronaut Scholar by the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation. Congratulations Ryan!
IT Professional Development
Staff on the cutting edge
Conferences and Forums
Don Little, Liz Moore, Vince Cobb, Dave Williams, Randall Grimshaw, Peter Pizzimenti, Jon Wright, Michael Currie, Lap Chung and Christopher Fox attended the annual Educational Technology Day Conference on March 22, 2012 in Ithaca, NY. Ed Tech Day is a regional technology event that attracts over 1,600 people annually from the upstate New York region. It features local and national vendors such as Adobe, Apple, Dell, Epson, Hewlett Packard, Microsoft and many others.
Michael Frasciello attended the University Professional & Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) annual conference in Portland, OR from March 28-30. A number of University College staff serve on various UPCEA committees, ensuring Syracuse University continues to stay abreast of education programs and aligns with national and international efforts to address societal needs and economic trends.
Training and Education
Lee Badman attended the Fred Pryor Staff to Supervisor training seminar.
IT Out and About
Connecting with the campus and beyond
Michael Wunderlich is teaching IST 466: Professional Issues in IM&T this semester. Guest speakers for his class have included Chris Croad, Chris Finkle, Chris Sedore, Kelly Lux, Kate Brodock, Mitch Franklin and Sarah Hagelin. Two guest teachers, Andy Clark and Glenda Ranallo, also stopped by Michael's MIS 325: Information Systems for Managers class this semester.
Lee Badman is holding for you on line one as a blogger for Network Computing.
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