Technology Services Departments:
Adam Rosencrantz recently joined the TS staff in January as a Digital Media Specialist in Media Services.
As a digital media specialist Adam has had extensive experience in a wide range of audio and visual productions over the last 25 years. He entered the field working for an NBC affiliate where he developed his passion for visual communications.
After attending the Art Institute, Adam was a Multimedia Developer for a locally based, global simulation company. In this position he worked for the Marketing team to develop, design and deploy corporate and product focused materials for use in Sales, trade shows and other marketing efforts. He also produced, story boarded, shot, and edited interactive law enforcement training videos for both law enforcement and the military.
Most recently, Adam was a Sr. Multimedia and Training Specialist at an industry leading telematics company. There, he assisted the marketing team with video production needs, which included shooting and editing marketing pieces. In addition to video production, he also functioned as the corporate photographer for events, and created marketing colateral, including customer testimonials. Adam also maintained all of the internal and external training materials, including help related resources for all company products.
Currently, outside of his work at the university, Adam enjoy working for the Renton IKEA Performing Arts Center and the Auburn Performing Arts Center as a lead lighting technician for the live shows.
Technology Services is very pleased to have Adam bring his great experience and expertise to the Puget Sound community in Media Services!
As a part of the university’s remodeling and relocation work in the lower level of the Collins Library, Media Services, Educational Technology, and the Service Desk will be moving to temporary office locations from Thursday, May 17 through the end of the summer.
Media Services and the Service desk can still be reached by calling ext. 8585 and their regular respective email addresses. There will be signage on the 2nd floor of McIntyre and 3rd floor of Jones directing you to these locations should you need assistance locating these offices during the summer.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to Ann Gleason at email@example.com or ext. 3244.
Many of you have already been introduced to Dennis Chin, our new Manager of Client Support Services, but we wanted to officially welcome him to the University of Puget Sound and Technology Services. Dennis previously worked in technology support at Nordstrom and we are excited to have him apply his excellent customer service skills in Client Support. Dennis is located within the Client Support office in the lower level of Collins Library. If you haven’t met him yet, stop by and say hello or give him a call at 3940.
Technology Services is pleased to welcome Michelle Taylor as our new Business Analyst!
Michelle grew up in Northern California and proceeded to Washington State where she received her degree in Business Administration. She now calls the Pacific Northwest home and has seven years of corporate finance and business analytics experience.
She enjoys photography, exercising outdoors and spending time with family. Michelle is excited to be part of the campus community!
Technology Services is pleased to welcome Faithlina Chan as our new Technology Support Analyst.
Faithlina is a native of California, but after spending four years in the PNW, she fell in love with it and hopes to stay for good. She completed her undergraduate degree with majors in music performance and psychology here at the University of Puget Sound and is excited to experience campus life from the perspective of a staff member.
Faithlina worked on the Client Support Team as a student staff member for four years during her time at Puget Sound, and developed her technology support abilities. In her spare time, she hopes to continue playing cello, explore the great outdoors, find interesting books to read, and discover all the good food spots in Tacoma.