Philip Baczewski - PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Philip Baczewski - PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


2012-Continuing:

Deputy Chief Information Officer for UNT and Senior Director of Academic Computing and User Services,
University of North Texas University Information Technology



2005-2011:

Senior Director of Academic Computing and User Services,
University of North Texas Computing and Information Technology Center



1997-2004:

Associate Director of Academic Computing Services,
University of North Texas Computing Center

Duties include:


1992-1997:

Assistant Director of Academic Computing Services,
University of North Texas Computing Center

Duties included managing Academic Mainframe User Services,
office operations, and microcomputer lab budget and personnel; serving as primary
wide area network consultant (BITNET and Internet); teaching Computing Center
instructional courses; serving as Associate Editor of Benchmarks, the Computing
Center news periodical; active involvement in campus-wide computing issues through
participation in committees appointed by the Provost and Information Resources
Council.

1991-1992:

Acting Director of Academic Computing Services,
University of North Texas Computing Center

Duties included managing the Academic Computing Services full
and part-time staff; providing management and technical leadership for all central
computing systems, including the IBM-compatible mainframe, DEC VAX/VMS, and
UNIX host systems; active involvement in campus-wide computing issues through
participation in committees appointed by the Provost and Information Resources
Council.

1989-1991:

Academic Mainframe User Services Manager,
University of North Texas Computing Center

Duties included managing a working group consisting of three
full-time and six part-time employees, acting as system coordinator for the MUSIC
and CMS operating systems, consulting on use of the Academic Mainframe systems
and related topics, teaching Computing Center training courses, performing
budgetary planning for the Academic Mainframe system, and coordinating the
acquisition and/or installation of new mainframe hardware and software. Also serve as
the BITNET Information Representative and Associate Editor for Benchmarks, the
Computing Center Newsletter.

1988-1989:

MUSIC and CMS Systems Coordinator and Graphics Lab Manager,
University of North Texas Computing Center

Duties included managing six part-time employees,
acting as system coordinator for the MUSIC and CMS operating systems, consulting
on use of the Academic Mainframe systems, PCs, and Macintoshes, teaching
Computing Center training courses, performing budgetary planning for the Graphics
Lab, and coordinating the acquisition and/or installation of new Graphics lab
hardware and software. Also served as the BITNET Information Representative and
Associate Editor for Benchmarks, the Computing Center Newsletter.

1987-1988:

MUSIC/SP System Coordinator,
University of North Texas Computing Center


Duties included acting as system coordinator for the MUSIC operating system,
consulting on use of the Academic Mainframe systems and PCs, and teaching
Computing Center training courses. Also served as the BITNET Information
Representative and Associate Editor for Benchmarks, the Computing Center
Newsletter.

1983-1987:

Mainframe Operations Staff Member,
North Texas State University Computing Center



1981-1983:

Systems Programmer,
North Texas State University School of Music
Ear-Training Computer-assisted Instruction lab



1980-1983:

Teaching Fellow, Music Theory,
North Texas State University School of Music


1980-1981:

Research Associate,
National Institute of Education Grant NIE-G-80-0012,
Employing a Model of Creativity in College Music Theory CAI



1979-1980:

Operations Coordinator,
North Texas State University School of Music
Ear-training Computer-assisted Instruction lab


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