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Extractions: Search Search this site: Home / Developer Sean Connell, Developer Sean is a Junior at OSU in Electrical and Computer engineering (Class of 2011). His interests in the field include human computer interaction, robotics, bio-medical, and putting them all together into something resembling cybernetics. His experience with open source began freshman year when he installed Ubuntu. He's been using and tweaking it ever since. Sean develops Django based projects for the lab. Outside interests include hang gliding, recreational biking, running, music (both playing and listening), and electronics projects. He is an active member in the OSU robotics club, as well as the aerial robotics external project. Sean can be reached at sean-at-osuosl-dot-org. About Sponsors Services Advisors ... Students
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Extractions: Search Search this site: Home About / People Shay Dakan, Director Shay Dakan has provided effective leadership and administrative services to the University since 1996. Her expertise has been instrumental with strategic and tactical planning; financial, technical, and usage forecasting, engineering, and all necessary operations requirements for maintaining the integrity of both voice and data networks. As current Director of OSU Network Services, Shay administers the following work units: Telecommunications, Network Engineering, Inter-institutional Converged Exchange Network Operations Center (iNOC), and the Open Source Laboratory. Together, these teams provide a wide range of network and computing services to the entire OSU community, both on-campus and at off-site locations. Jon Dolan, Associate Director, Network Services Jon Dolan is a 38 year old native Oregonian and the Associate Director for Network Services at Oregon State University. Jon holds a bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Oregon State and has worked for the University for 19 years serving in various Information Technology positions. As Associate Director, he provides leadership in IT topics including campus wide data and telephone networking, core network applications such as the University's Email system, and the University's Open Source Lab. He and his wife of 8 years, Debra, live in Corvallis where they own a ranchette and live a life of servitude to 7 organic layer hens, 3 horses, 2 cats, and a black lab named Libby.
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