We welcome John Panzica into the new role of Transfer Solutions Specialist at CollegeSource. John brings us 27 years of higher education experience in a wide range of positions, including security (as a student employee), financial aid and admissions, and records and transfer in both public and private institutions. His experience in records and transfer will allow CollegeSource to provide comprehensive client support for our exciting new product, Transferology™.
John will be in Chicago November 10-13 attending the AACRAO SEM Conference. Please stop by booth #217 and welcome him to the CollegeSource family.
CollegeSource welcomed Donald Dudley at the end of this summer to the Services team as the newest Implementation Specialist. Prior to coming to CollegeSource, Don worked for the Butler County Educational Service Center as a network technician at Middletown City Schools in Ohio. Although he spent about ten years working in secondary education on the more technical side, Don has spent the last five years setting up professional development sessions to train staff how to use software. When Don is not working, he is usually doing something active such as running, plyometrics, boxing, a little crossfit (“very little; it’s hard”), hiking, and camping. In addition to staying active, Don has a wife and four kids (yes, you read that right, f-o-u-r) and as you can guess, they keep him pretty busy.
Benjamin Rogers, our newest Software Developer, received his Bachelors of Science in Computer Science from Miami University in December 2011 and is on track to receive his Masters of Science in Computer Science from Miami University this December. He is the co-author of two papers, “Exploring Techniques for Rationale Extraction from Existing Documents”, which is related to his thesis work and was presented at the 34th International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE 2012), and “A Comparison of Computer-Generated and Naturally-Occurring Foraging Patterns in Route-Network-Constrained Spider Monkeys”, which is currently available online through the American Journal of Primatology and will appear in a monthly issue next year. He practices various Chinese martial arts and tries to break out his accordion when he can get away with it.