Technology Services consists of Client Support and Educational Technology Services, Enterprise Information Services, Network and Server Systems, and the Project Management Office.
Congratulations to John Wait, who has moved into the position of Systems Administrator for Windows. A computer science graduate of California’s Azusa Pacific University, John has worked in Technology Services for almost eight years. He also served in the Army National Guard for six years and was deployed to Iraq. John spends much of his free time producing and co-hosting the Arc Reactions Podcast with his close friend, Dylan.
John says of his new position, “I am excited to expand my skillset and take on a role with more visibility and responsibility.”
See the complete list of Technology Services staff.
Technology Services is pleased to announce that Taryn Cramer has joined our staff as Desktop Support Specialist at the Technology Service Desk. A native of Antioch, IL, Taryn has worked at the Northwest Leadership Foundation, Peace Community Center, and Peace Lutheran Church. She graduated with a major in Political Science and Women and Gender Studies from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa. In her spare time, Taryn enjoys singing, writing, cooking, and gardening.
Here are some quick updates from Technology Services as we commence spring semester:
If you have questions or need assistance with any technology issue, please contact the Technology Service Desk at 253.879.8585 or email@example.com.
TS staff will present on a range of technology topics and tools during the annual Professional Development and Enrichment Conference for university faculty and staff to be held Monday, January 13, through Thursday, January 16, 2014. Topics include Buying a Home Computer, Choosing a Mobile Device, Digitizing Personal Artifacts, Open Source Tools for Graphic Design, SoundNet, Microsoft Publisher, Google Maps, Apple iMovie, Presentation Design Tools, and the return of the iPad users’ group
Topics include Admission’s pending move to PeopleSoft, Professor Terry Beck’s use of podcasts in his Schools in American Society course, recent improvements in the campus network, and exciting updates from Collins Memorial Library on their scheduled migration to a new Integrated Library System and the recent debut of the online version of the University Archives.
The next issue of TechNews is scheduled for distribution during the spring semester. Please send ideas for articles and other suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.