Welcome to Hotspot, a small spot online where UNT computing and information technology professionals and associated staff can rave about themselves, their geekiness and contributions to transforming UNT into a nationally prominent university. This is the good news area – the place to learn about colleagues in action, their roles and how members of the IT community are raising the benchmarks of excellence!
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Coming this fall!
Faculty in the Hotspot: Bookmark this page for upcoming articles about UNT faculty members. This fall, we will feature Carla Carter-Bishop, Huseyin Bostanci, Daniel Krutka, Marco Buongiorno Nardelli, David Stout, Xuexia Wang and others to learn more about them and the technology they use!
Scott Belshaw, professor of criminal justice, Department of Criminal Justice, College of Health and Public Service
Daniel Griffith, cross functional IT support specialist, AITS
Janice Hauge, professor of economics, associate chair, Department of Economics, UNT College of Liberal Arts and Social Science
Jonathan Piott, college/department web manager, Administrative IT Services, University Information Services
Sharon Huang, university web developer/programmer, Administrative IT Services, University Information Services
Dan J. Kim, professor, Information Technology and Decision Sciences, College of Business
G. Andrés Cisneros, associate professor and computational chemist, Department of Chemistry, College of Science
Michele Hindman, senior web architecture manager, College of Arts and Sciences IT Services
Oscar Montero, IT specialist IV, Administrative IT Services
DaMiri Young, computer systems manager IV, High-Performance Computing, UIT
Leah Atinda, IT specialist III, Administrative IT Services
David "Deke" Isaac, manager, Microcomputer Maintenance Services, UIT
James Strawn, student computing manager, Student Computing Services, College of Arts and Sciences IT Services
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