Dr. Jeremy Rowe
Executive Associate Director, School of Computing and Informatics (SCI)
Associate Director, Institute for Computer, Information Sciences, and Engineering (InCISE)
Director, Strategic Initiatives, Decision Theater
School of Computing and Informatics
Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering
Arizona State University
P.O. Box 878809
Tempe, AZ 85287 - 8809
School of Computing and Informatics
Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering
Arizona State University
699 South Mill Avenue #553
Tempe, AZ 85281
Professional Development, and Contribution
Responsibilities currently relate to the development of a new School of Computing and Informatics at Arizona State University which is composed of departments of Computer Science and Computer Engineering, Biomedical Informatics, and a program in Information Sciences/Informatics. Included are all aspects of a small design team creating a new school from an existing department and emergence of new informatics programs, including: development of policies and procedures; academic, staff and student recruitment; curriculum development and creation of traditional, hybrid, and on-line courses and instructional modules; evaluation and assessment; planning and budgeting; capital development; new building design and construction; multi-campus and multi-university partnerships; and development of research agenda and external partnerships for research and fundraising.
The new Biomedical Informatics Department is being developed in partnership with the new University of Arizona College of Medicine, Phoenix Program, and in collaboration with the regional medical community including the Mayo Clinic, Banner Health, and Barrow Neurological Institute as lead collaborators. Additional partners include the Translational Genomics Institute (TGen), the Biodesign Institute at ASU, Critical Path Institute (CPATH), and data partners of our Center for Health Information & Research (CHIR). Research foci of the Biomedical Informatics Department include Clinical Informatics, Computational Systems Biology, Genomic and Proteomic Informatics, Imaging Informatics, Nursing Informatics, and Public Health Informatics. The Applied Biomedical Consortium I building will house the first class of BMI students and researchers in Fall 2007.
Institute for Computer, Information Sciences, and Engineering (InCISE)
2003 - Present
Arizona State University, Brickyard Suite 540
699 South Mill Avenue
Tempe, AZ 85281
Responsibilities include co-direction of planning, policy development, management and execution of research initiatives and obtaining external funding for researchers in the Institute for Computing, Information Sciences and Engineering (InCISE), a collaboration of interdisciplinary research units that share expertise in computer and information science, informatics, and their application to research problems in academic disciplines and in our communities. InCISE is funded by Arizona Board of Regents Technology Research Initiative Funds through the ASU Vice President for Research and Economic Affairs. The mission of InCISE is to foster computer science and applications of data acquisition, storage, security, modeling, visualization, analysis and interpretation in interdisciplinary research, education and entrepreneurship. Synergies have been identified with researchers in cognitive, earth and environmental sciences, biosciences, disabilities studies, business, and linguistics which form the focus of current projects. . The goal is to leverage selective investments in collaborative, interdisciplinary projects to build partnerships between researchers, improve internal and external visibility and generate successful larger scale collaborative proposals. InCISE is continuously evolving to promote and enable new collaborations, as well as meet the demands of applications domains and societal needs.
Responsibilities included development of initial prototypes, research initiatives and projects, development of business model, acquisition of funding, and facility design and engineering for The Decision Theater at Arizona State University, a world-class facility for science-based, informed analysis to help the community and policy makers visualize the future through alternate scenarios. The facility presents scientific models, and public policy scenarios in a 3D immersive environment using a 270-degree rear projection screen with seating for up to 25 people. The Decision Theater is part of the Arizona State University New American University and creates an new and enticing interface between university researchers and policy and decision makers, bringing them together to address challenging problems in a unique, visualization environment.
Partnership for Research in Spatial Modeling (PRISM) 1999 - Present
Arizona State University, Brickyard Suite 340
699 South Mill Avenue
Tempe, AZ 85281
Responsibilities include participation in the management team that plans, researches and administers multidimensional modeling and analysis in collaboration with interdisciplinary research partners of the Partnership for Research in Spatial Modeling (PRISM). the primary team involves artists, computer scientists, educators anthropologists, industrial engineers, and designers. Projects range from cellular to planetary scales and algorithms, tools and techniques developed focus on modeling and empirical, objective analysis of spatial and volumetric objects, ideas and phenomena. PRISM expertise include data acquisition, geometric modeling, analysis, visualization, data archiving, and rapid prototyping. PRISM has an active research agenda with funding form NSF, In-Q-tel, JPL, and other private and public sources.
Strategic Planning and Policy 1994 - June 2006
Responsibilities included special projects for the Vice Provost for Information Technologies such as strategic planning related to instructional technologies. Involved are development of management programs for current and future IT resources, and consultation regarding planning and policy development. Other duties have included coordination of projects related to faculty development and the Consortium for Instructional Innovation, an interdisciplinary initiative for multimedia instruction at ASU; Extended Education and enrollment growth management research for the Arizona Board of Regents; support for ECE-100 an Internet based, cooperative problem solving engineering course; troubleshooting service relationship between IT and College of Business for instructional computing; and consultation regarding information technology planning processes for Public Programs and Extended Education. Also included is representation of IT on committees and task forces such as University for the Next Century, Information Technology Advisory Council, Internet Policy Development, and Extended Education Advisory Committee. Current external activities include consultation for the Department of Libraries and Archives State Imaging network task force and Digital Libraries projects, and interaction with the Arizona Government Information Technology Advisory Committee and Information Technology Advisory Council. Since 2004 I have ben co-reporting as IT Liaison with the Institute for Computing, Information Sciences and Engineering, Decision Theater, and new School of Computing and Informatics.
President - J. S. Rowe and Associates, Inc. 1995 - 1997
Provided professional consultation and assistance in managing, evaluating, and disseminating historical images and documentary materials to museums, archives, publishers and multimedia developers. Services include negotiation of commercial licenses and fees, research, collection management and policy development, digitization and electronic preservation, and grant proposal development. Principles include an intellectual property attorney, archivist, curator, and information manager.
Head, Media Development 1988 - 1994
Responsibilities included developing and implementing Classroom Instructional Technologies, a new program area within University Libraries and Media Systems. Included were strategic planning activities related to managing classroom media, coordination of faculty development and user training regarding mediated classrooms, development of a management program for current and future media resources, consultation regarding planning and acquisition of classroom presentation capabilities through renovation and new construction.
Responsibilities from 1988 to August 1992 included administration of the Advanced Learning Technologies Laboratory (ALTEC), coordination of facilities planning efforts, and special projects within University Libraries/Media Systems. ALTEC programs emphasized faculty development and worked with colleges and departments throughout the university explore, evaluate, and integrate new technologies into instruction. Components included laboratory for training and evaluation, and a classroom for group presentations. Services included consultation, needs assessment, and evaluation of hardware and software, and new program development related to improving instruction. A strong emphasis was placed on interaction with vendors resulting in demonstrations, evaluation placements and donations for classrooms within the university. In excess of $120,000 in equipment and software was acquired for placements and evaluations. This facility closed in August 1992 due to budgetary cutbacks and reorganization.
Prior to August 1989, responsibilities included management of Media Production, Video Production, Photography, Media Development, Graphic and Computer Graphic Production, and Equipment Services areas providing design, production, and evaluation of media materials for ASU Main and West campuses. Included was client consultation, needs assessment, media design, evaluation, new program development, facilities design, budgeting, preparation of grant proposals, production scheduling and coordination, and marketing services to internal and external clients. Production activities included developing instructional, training, recruitment, development, and administrative support materials for uses ranging from classroom instruction to presentations for state and national organizations.
Coordinator of Training Services/Director of Telecommunications & Media
Chandler - Gilbert Community College Center 1 year appointment
Chandler, Arizona August 87 - August 88
Responsibilities included management of media and telecommunications systems and services for the
Chandler - Gilbert Community College Center campus. Included were implementation and operation of a campus wide broad band distribution system, satellite receiver, audio teleconferencing, and VHS production facility in addition to media development and equipment services. Additional duties included faculty training and development for departments throughout the institution, classroom instruction, selection, evaluation and purchase of mediated materials in conjunction with campus media collection development, facilities design consultation, staff supervision, preparation of proposals for internal grant funding, and participation in Maricopa Community College long term telecommunications planning.
Assistant Director, Media Development 1985 - 1988
Responsibilities included management of Media Production, Video Production, Photography, Media Development, Graphic and Computer Graphic Production, and Equipment Services areas to provide the design, production, and evaluation of mediated materials for ASU Main and West campuses. This position was reorganized into the Head, Media Development position outlined above.
Manager, Media Productions 1982 - 1985
Responsibilities included management of Media Production, Video Production, Photography, and Interactive Instructional Television Programming system studios. Included were staffing and operation of four Instructional Television Fixed Services (ITFS) broadcast studios (scheduling, producing and distributing approximately 3500 hours of programming per year), faculty training, client consultation, design and production of a broad range of mediated materials. Also included were staff training and supervision, assistance in marketing ITFS courses and services, program development, budgeting, and consultation.
Faculty Associate, Instructional Media Education 1982 - 1985
Responsibilities included curriculum development and instruction of undergraduate and graduate photography courses.
OWNER - Jeremy Rowe - Vintage Photography 1979 - Present
Provides a variety of services relating to the acquisition, reproduction, storage, and care of vintage photographic materials and equipment. Planning and managing projects including acquisition for collections, exhibition design and installation, production and presentation of educational presentations, and preparation of proposals. Previous clients for lectures, demonstrations, and consultation include: The Arizona Historical Society, The Arizona Historical Foundation and Arizona Collection at
Arizona State University, The Heard Museum, Arizona Humanities Council, Southwest Oral History Association, Central Arizona Museum, Sharlot Hall Museum, University of Arizona, Northern Arizona University, and numerous private collections. vintagephoto.com
EdD. in Educational Policy and Administration with an emphasis on Higher Education. Area of concentration was planning and implementing programs for effective integration and use of instructional technologies. (1997)
M. A. Educational Technology/Audiovisual Education (1977)
Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
B. S. Psychology (1974)
Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, and CONTRIBUTION
Rowe, Jeremy Arizona Real Photo Postcards, a History & Portfolio, Carl Mautz Publishing
Nevada City, California, December, 1997
Simon, Arleyn W. David Van Alfen, A. Razdan, G. Farin, M. Bae, and Jeremy Rowe, 3D Modeling for Analysis and Archiving of Ceramic Vessel Morphology: A Case Study from the American Southwest, proceedings of the 33rd International Symposium on Archaeometry. Geoarchaeological and Bioarchaeological Studies, Vrije Universiteit,
Razdan, Anshuman, J. Femiani, J. Rowe 3D Techniques for Analyzing Handwritten Manuscripts for Digital Libraries New Delhi 2004, Vol 1 pp 430-436.
Indruszewski,George, G. Farin, A. Razdan, A. Simon, D. Van Alfen, J. Rowe Application of 3D Modeling in Ship Reconstruction and Analysis: Tools and Techniques, Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. Proceedings of the 31st Conference, Vienna, Austria, April 2003. Edited by Magistrat der Stadt Wien Referat Kulturelles Erbe.
Rowe, Jeremy, A. Razdan, A. Simon Acquisition, Representation, Query and Analysis of Spatial Data: A Demonstration 3D Digital Library, proceedings, JCDL 2003.
Razdan, Anshuman, J. Femiani, J. Rowe, 3D Methods to Aid Handwriting Analysis and OCR, Proceedings of the 2003 Symposium on Document Image Understanding Technology,
Greenbelt, Maryland. April, 2003.
Indruszewski, George, Gerald Farin, Anshuman Razdan, Arleyn Simon, David van Alfen, Jeremy Rowe, Application of 3D Modeling in Ship Reconstruction and Analysis: Tools and Techniques, International Congress, "Enter the Past - The E-Way into Four Dimensions of Cultural Heritage," Vienna, Austria, April 2003.
Rowe, Jeremy, A. Razdan, A Prototype Digital Library For 3D Collections: Tools To Capture, Model, Analyze, And Query Complex 3D Data, proceedings of Museums and the Web, March 2003. View the paper
Rowe, Jeremy, Developing a 3D Digital Library for Spatial Data: Issues Identified and Description of Prototype, proceedings of Coalition for Networked Information, December, 2002. View the article
Razdan, Anshuman, Jeremy Rowe , Mathew Tocheri , Wilson Sweitzer, Adding Semantics to 3D Digital Libraries, proceedings of 5th International Conference on Digital Libraries, December 2002.
Rowe, Jeremy, Developing a 3D Digital Library for Spatial Data: Issues Identified and Description of Prototype, RLG DigiNews, October 2002. View the paper.
Rowe, Jeremy, Evidence, Interpretation, and Speculation: Thoughts on Kaloma, the Purported Photograph of Josie Earp, Main Antique Digest, October, 2002. View the article
Rowe, Jeremy, A. Razdan "Digital Library System: Capture, Analysis, Query, and Display 3D Data," proceedings of Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, July 2002.
Rowe, Jeremy, A. Razdan, Daniel Collins A 3D Digital Library System: Capture, Analysis, Query, and Display, proceedings, 4th International Conference on Digital Libraries (ICADL),
Bangalore. . India
Margolis, Eric, and Jeremy Rowe, Manufacturing Assimilation: Photographs of Indian Schools in
Journal of Educational Theory and Practice. Publication Pending - View the paper Arizona ,
Ramakrishna, B. L., Ong, E., Rowe, J. Chizmeshya, Nanotechnology Education: Exploring a Compact Disk Stamper, National Educators’ Workshop: Update 2000 – Standard Experiments in Engineering, Materials Science, and Technology.
Peter Palmquist editor, Photographers : A Sourcebook for Historical Research, chapter Copyrights and other Rights, Carl Mautz Publishing, 2000.
Rowe, Jeremy, An Analysis of Policies Addressing Ownership of Faculty Produced Multimedia Materials in Higher Education, Doctoral Dissertation,
Arizona State University, completed December 1997.
McIsaac, Marina and Jeremy Rowe, National Policy and Intellectual Property Issues, chapter in New Directions for Community Colleges: Distance Education, University of Oklahoma Press, May, 1997.
Rowe, Jeremy, Photographers of Territorial
Arizona - 1850 - 1920. Folkimage Publishing, Nevada City, California, Jan 1997
Mautz, Carl, Checklist of Western Photographers,
Folkimage Publishing, Nevada City, California. Publication of listing of Arizona Photographers, dating and format identification in the 4th edition of this work, February 1997.
Rowe, Jeremy, The Man-Birds Fly in
Phoenix, The Journal of Arizona History, Autumn 1994, pages 301 - 314.
Arizona Highways Magazine, Arizona Ghost Towns & Mining Camps, A Practical, Historical Guide, Department of Transportation, State of Arizona, 1994. Photographic research and reproduction of images from my collection.
Amy Rule, Editor, Carleton E. Watkins, The Clio Photographers Series, Clio Press Ltd., Oxford, England, 1993. Photographic research and publication of images from personal collection.
Rowe, Jeremy, Information Access through Technology - Implications of the Library of Congress American Memory Project, ConservatioNews, April 1993, Volume 13, Number 1, pages 8-9.
Craft, John, and
Fran Matera, Arizona Crossroads- Along Old Route #66, 30 minute video documentary, as photographic researcher, visual consultant and archivist, aired regionally on PBS affiliates.
Rowe, Jeremy, Technology in the Classroom, ComputingNews, December/January/February 1993, Vol. 6, Number 3, pages 20-21.
Fleischhauer, Carl and Jeremy Rowe, American Memory Project, Information Technology It's for Everyone, proceedings of the Library Information and Technology Association Third National Conference, edited by Thomas W. Leonhardt, American Library Association, pages 124 - 125.
Hooper, Bruce, High Water on Pinal Creek - Roderick Williams' Stereos of the Globe, AZ Flood of 1904, Stereoworld, Volume 19, No. 5, November/December 1992, pages 14-17. Photographic research and publication of images from personal collection.
Rowe, Jeremy, Dudley P. Flanders Stereoscopic Views of a Trip to Arizona, Stereoworld, National Stereoscopic Association November/December 1991, Vol. 18, Number 5, pages 28-33.
Rowe, Jeremy, Preservation Issues for Media Collection Managers, Arizona Media: Media and the State of the Art in
Arizona, Winter 1991, pages 27-28.
Hooper, Bruce, McKinley in Arizona: The Underwood & Underwood Record of a Presidential Tour 90 Years Ago, Stereoworld, Volume 18, No. 2, May/June 1991, pages 25-29. Photographic research and publication of images from personal collection.
Rowe, Jeremy, Magnetic Media Collection Management: The Need for Action, AEMA Update January/February 1991, Volume 13, Number 2, page 6.
Rowe, Jeremy, Stereographs and Stereoscopic Photography, The Visual Literacy Review, Volume 19, No. 1, January 1990.
Arizona Republic, All The Time A Newspaper, promotional videotape for the paper's 100th anniversary, photographic research and publication of images from personal collection.
Rowe, Jeremy, Following the Frontier from Arizona to Alaska: The Photographs of Charles O. Farciot, Stereo World, National Stereoscopic Association, January/February 1989, Volume 15, Number 6, pages 6-13.
Rowe, Jeremy, Copper Creek: Photographic Post Cards of Arizona, Journal of the West, Sunflower University Press, January, 1989, Vol. XXVIII, No. 1, pages 42-46.
Walters, James E., Phoenix Chamber of Commerce - The First 100 Years, Metro Phoenix, July 1988, Volume 23, No. 7, pages 51-66. Photographic research and publication of images from personal collection.
Jeremy, Arizona Views, By Charles O. Farciot, Journal of Arizona History, December 87, Volume 28, No. 4., pages 373-390.
Jeremy, Arizona State University, 1987-88 - slide presentation and university annual report for administrative and promotional presentation. Responsible for authorship of script and design and production of program for the Office of the President.
Rowe, Jeremy, ASU West - orientation/planning presentation for the Arizona Board of Regents. Responsible for authorship of script and design and production of program for the Administration of ASU West Campus.
Rowe, Jeremy and Beverly Barron, Aiming Straight - informational anti drug videotape, manual, and evaluation materials produced for national distribution under a grant from Pi Beta Phi sorority.
Rowe, Jeremy, Inside
- promotional multi-image program produced for Phoenix Metrogroup and the ASU Alumni Association. Phoenix
Zafra, Victor and Jeremy Rowe, The Capital Development Process - Slide presentation and print materials to support presentation to the Board of Regents during the development of new policy guidelines, and for presentation to the Arizona Legislature.
Akins, William and Jeremy Rowe, The Gammage Years - Multi image production and staging for the salute to Katheryn Gammage at the Arizona Biltmore, and to establish endowment for the Gammage scholarships.
Hait, Pamela, Jeremy Rowe, and Dorothy Kobik, ASU: A RETROSPECTIVE - multi-image presentation narrated by Walter Cronkite produced for national development and fund raising support for the Centennial Commission and the Alumni/Development areas. Responsibilities included co-authorship and design, production, and presentation of the program, and single projector variants.
Rowe, Jeremy, The
College of- recruitment/development multi-image program produced for the Business - 1985 College of Business. Responsibilities included authorship and design, production, and staging presentations.
Winey, Michael J., Antebellum Photography, Portraits of the
Military before the Civil War Era: Part VI, Military Images Magazine, November-December 1985, Volume VII No. 3, pages 6-15. Photo research and reproduction of photograph from personal collection. U.S.
Gallery talk and invited lecture "Keeping Shadows: Photography from the Worcester Art Museum" Phoenix Art Museum, January 2006
"3D Methods to Aid Handwriting Analysis and OCR," with Anshuman Razdan, 2003 Symposium on Document Image Understanding Technology,
April, 2003. Greenbelt, Maryland.
"A Prototype Digital Library For 3D Collections: Tools to Capture, Model, Analyze, and Query Complex 3D Data," Museums and the Web,
Charlotte, North Carolina, March 2003.
"Developing a 3D Digital Library for Spatial Data: Issues Identified and Description of Prototype," Coalition for Networked Information,
San Antonio, Texas, December, 2002.
"A Prototype Digital Library of Native American Ceramic Vessels," EDUCAUSE 2002,
Atlanta, Georgia, October 2002.
"Intellectual Property Issues: collaboration or Contention?," panel with Janis Bruwelheide and Ken Salomon, EDUCAUSE 2002,
Atlanta Georgia, October 2002.
"Making Instructional Portals Work: The Challenges of Courseware Support and Electronic Records Management," Poster session with Samuel DiGangi and Angel Jannasch-Pennell, EDUCAUSE 2002, Atlanta Georgia, October 2002.
"Access and Ethics," panel discussion with David Wallace and Douglas Sylvester, Preservation and Access for Electronic College and University Records, ECURE 2002, Mesa, Arizona, October 2002.
"Cyberdemocracy and the Colorado River: Continuing the Conversation," panel presentation at Moving Waters: The Colorado River and the West Culminating Conference,
Flagstaff, Arizona September 2002.
"Digital Library System: Capture, Analysis, Query, and Display 3D Data," Jeremy Rowe and Anshuman Razdan, Joint Conference on Digital Libraries,
Portland, Oregon, July, 2002.
"The Challenge of 3 Dimensional Data - Storage, Preservation, Description, and Access,"Jeremy Rowe, Association Of Canadian Archivists,
Vancouver, B.C., May, 2002.
"Ceramic Vessel Morphology Analysis and Archiving Using 3D Modeling: A Case Study from the American Southwest," Arleyn Simon, Jeremy Rowe, 33rd International Symposium on Archaeometry,
Amsterdam, Netherlands, April, 2002.
"Roar Ege - Sailing the Digital Seas: An Examination of the Symmetry of an 11th Century Viking Ship (Scale Model of Skuldelev 3)," Arleyn Simon, David Van Alfen, Jeremy Rowe, Anshuman Razdan, Gerald Farin, George Indruszewski, Presented April 29th, 2002, Centre for Maritime Archaeology at Roskilde, Denmark.
"More than meets the Eye: 3D Analysis and Preservation of Vessel Morphology," Arleyn Simon and Jeremy Rowe, Gerald Farin, Anshuman Razdan, Myungsoo Bae, David Van Alfen, presented May 2, 2002 Institute for Historical Studies for Central and Eastern Europe, Leipzig, Germany.
"Dudley P. Flanders ‘'Trip through Arizona': A California Photographer’s View of the West," New Mexico-Arizona Joint Historical Convention, Las Cruces, New Mexico April, 2002.
"Researching the Visual— Views of School Curricula, Scholarship, and Assessment: Value of Visual Methodologies in Educational Research," with Eric Margolis, American Educational Research Association) at
New Orleans, April, 2002.
"The Role of Information Technology Within the Three Arizona Universities,"
Arizona Board of Regents Study Session, March, 2002.
"A 3D Digital Library System: Capture, Analysis, Query, and Display," Jeremy Rowe, Anshuman Razdan, Dan Collins and S. Panchanathan- 4th International Conference on Digital Libraries (ICADL),
Bangalore , December, 2001. India
"Supporting Portals: Courseware Support and Records Management Challenge," EDUCAUSE, October 2001
"ECURE 2000: Electronic Records Advocacy," Electronic Records SIG presentation , EDUCAUSE 2001, October 2001.
"Planning and Electronic Records Issues for Electronically Enhanced Courses", ECURE 2001 Preservation and Access for Electronic College and University Records, October 2001.
"Advances in Geometric Modeling and Feature Extraction on Pots, Rocks and Bones for Representation and Query via the Internet"- Utsav Schurmans, Anshuman Razdan, Arleyn Simon, Peter McCartney, Mary Marzke, David Van Alfen, Gram Jones, Jeremy Rowe, Gerald Farin, Daniel Collins, Mary Zhu, Dezhi Liu & Myungsoo Bae, Computer Applications in Archaeology (CAA), Visby, Sweden, April, 2001.
"A Model Digital Library for 3D Pottery Data," Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Spring Meeting April 8 - 10, 2001 Washington, D. C.
"ECURE 2000: Electronic Records Advocacy," with Robert Spindler, Coalition for Networked Information, December 2000.
"Student Records: Privacy, Legality, and Confidentiality on the Web," Moderator with Connie Broughton, Bill Haid, and Linda Jessup, Western Cooperative for Educational Telecommunication annual conference, November 2000.
"Ownership of Electronic Course Materials: Issues, Trends, and Coping with Change," pre conference workshop with Janis H. Bruwelheide, Rodney J. Petersen, and Kenneth Salomon, EDUCAUSE 2000, October 2000.
"Planning and Electronic Records Issues for Electronically Enhanced Courses," with Nancy Tribbensee, ECURE 2000 Preservation and Access for Electronic College and University Records, October 2000.
"Digital Data: Future Resource or Lost History?," conference presentation with Mary Carroll, Society of American Anthropologists, April 2000.
"Technology-Based Instruction: Planning at the Production Level,"
University of Colorado System presentation and panel discussions at Teaching with Technology workshops, March 2000.
"The Delicate Balance - Ownership and Control of Multimedia Materials," presentation ad panel discussion, Teaching with Technology conference, Utah Board of Regents, Utah Valley State College, February 2000.
"What Distance Educators Should Know About Copyright," workshop, with Roy Arnold, Janis Bruwelheide, and Ken Salomon, Western Cooperative for Educational Telecommunication annual conference, November 1999.
"Records Management Issues for Electronic Courseware," ECURE 1999 Preservation and Access for Electronic College and University Records, October 1999.
"Total Cost of Operations in Information Technology Planning,"
Colorado University System, July 1999.
"Intellectual Property - Faculty Ownership Policy Development,"
Colorado University System Teaching with Technology Conference, July 1999.
"Records Management Planning Issues in developing Technology Enhanced Courses,"
Colorado University System Teaching with Technology Conference, July 1999.
"Electronic Records Issues for Technology Enhanced Courses," with Robert Spindler and Leonard Gordon, NAU/Web.99
"Faculty Ownership Policies - An Analysis, Process, and Checklist of Issues," conference presentation, CAUSE December, 1998
"Copyright and Ownership issues in Distance Education," program coordinator and co-presenter with Janis Bruwelheide, and Ken Salomon, WCET annual conference, November 1998.
"Copyright and Ownership issues in Distance Education," program coordinator and Co-presenter with Ken Salomon, WCET annual conference, November 1997.
"Albumen, Silver, and Glass - Images of Arizona by Henry Buehman and Frank Hartwell," opening lecture for exhibition, Central Arizona Division of the
Arizona Historical Society, October 1997.
"Photography in Territorial Arizona," lecture to supplement the Crossing the Frontier exhibition a the
Phoenix Art Museum, August 1997.
"Free Speech and Community: Who Speaks for American Values in Public Institutions," panelist and session moderator for program co-presented by Arizona Humanities Council and ASU College of Law, February 1996.
"Copyright and Intellectual Property Issues- A Planning Perspective," session presented as part of Faculty Development workshop series at
Northern Arizona University, November, 1996.
"Copyright and Intellectual Property Issues in Libraries," Co-presented with Robert Houser of Quarles & Brady as keynote session for the annual meeting of the Arizona Association of Law Libraries, May, 1996.
"Working Session to develop a Central Clearinghouse on Institutional Policies for the Information Age," invited presentation at the Western Cooperative for Educational Telecommunications annual conference, October 1995.
"Planning and Budgeting for Distance Education: Critical Decisions for Department and Division Administrators," session planning and facilitation at the Western Cooperative for Educational Telecommunications annual conference, October 1995.
"Copyright and Intellectual Property Issues in Higher Education," session presented at Law for University Administrators workshop sponsored by ASU General Counsel, October 1995.
"Historical Markers on the
Information Highway," contracted session for the Coordinating Committee for History in Arizona, Arizona and New Mexico Historical Convention, April 1995.
"New Technologies and the Humanities," invited session in conjunction with the Arizona Humanities Council, Arizona Museum Association, March 1995.
Arizona" Lecture and panel discussion, Northlight Gallery, Arizona State University, February, 1995.
"Timeless Images: Vintage Arizona in Photographic Postcards" general session presentation, International Visual Literacy Association, October 1994.
"Accommodating Enrollment Growth Using Electronic and Other Means of Educational Delivery " invited presentation at the Western Cooperative for Educational Telecommunications annual conference, September 1994.
"Accommodating Enrollment Growth Using Electronic and Other Means of Educational Delivery " prepared and presented to the Arizona Board of Regents staff and Extended Education Articulation Task Force, July 1994.
Arizona Crossroads- Along Old Route #66, 30 minute video documentary, produced with John Craft and Fran Matera, presented at the National Visual Communications Conference, June 1993. Currently airing on local cable regionally.
"Preserving and Managing an Oral History Collection" one day workshop, Co-presenter with Rose Diaz, Southwest Oral History Association annual conference, April, 1993.
"Electronic Access to Visual Materials Collections," presenter, Museum Association of Arizona annual conference, April 1993.
"Accessing Primary Source Visual Materials Through New Technologies: Comparisons of American Memory Project, Video Encyclopedia of the 20th Century, and the American History Videodisc," Co-presenter with deg farrelly, Arizona Educational Media Association Annual Conference, April, 1993.
"A Model for Campus-Wide Integrated Classroom Renovation and Classroom Planning"- presenter, Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Conference, January 1993.
"Preservation and Collection Management Issues for Oral History Collections" - presentation, Oral History Workshop, Coordinating Committee on History in
Arizona workshop, November, 1992. "The American Memory Project - An Overview" - Co-presenter with Sandy Lobeck, Arizona State Library Association/Arizona Educational Media Association Annual Conference, October, 1992.
"Preservation of Magnetic Media - Collection Management Issues" - workshop, Arizona State Library Association/Arizona Educational Media Association Annual Conference, October, 1992.
"CD-ROM and Videodisc Information Access" - workshop, Ocotillo Technology Showcase 1992: Headed for the Future, Maricopa Community College District, October 1992.
"The American Memory Project" - program moderator and Co-presenter with Carl Fleischhauer, Library of Congress, Library Information and Technology Association Annual Conference, September, 1992.
"Emerging Technologies and the Workplace," panel presentation,
Arizona Paper and Photograph Conservation Group emerging technologies conference, April 1992.
"Preservation of Magnetic Media" - presentation, Association for Educational Communications & Technology Annual Conference, February 1992.
"Instructional Technologies to Maximize Instruction" - Co-presenter with Sharon Blanton, Arizona Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development, Phi Delta Kappa, and Arizona School Administrators joint conference, December 1991.
"Preservation of Alternate Format Media" - presentation, Arizona State Libraries Association/Arizona Educational Media Association joint conference, October 1991.
"Magnetic Media Copyright" - co presenter, Arizona State Libraries Association/Arizona Educational Media Association joint conference, October 1991.
"Classroom Presentation Technologies " - presentation, Center for Excellence in Education Fall Seminar,
Northern Arizona University, August 1991.
"Magnetic Media Preservation" - presentation, Arizona Educational Media Association Emerging Technology and Microcomputer Conference, April 1991.
"The Advanced Learning Technologies Laboratory: a Model for Technology Integration" at ASU" - Co-presenter with Sharon Blanton,
Arizona Educational Media Association Emerging Technology and Microcomputer Conference, April 1991.
"Stereoscopic Photography in Territorial Arizona" - opening lecture for exhibition,
Sharlot Hall Museum, Prescott, Arizona, February 1991.
"Magnetic Media Preservation" - presentation and panel presenter, Coordinating Committee on History in Arizona (CCHA) Brittle Paper, Fragile Past: Preservation of Historical Materials in
Arizona, February 1991.
"Magnetic Media Preservation" - presentation to the Arizona Historic Records Advisory Board Preservation Advisory Committee, December 1990
"Alternative Media Format Preservation," featured presentation and workshop, Arizona Paper and Photograph Conservation Group annual meeting, November 1990.
"Video Disc and CD ROM, The impact of New Technologies" - presentation, Special Libraries Association and Art Libraries Society joint meeting, October 1990.
"Stereoscopic Photography in Territorial Arizona" - opening lecture for exhibition,
Mesa Southwest Museum, June 1990.
"Funding Services: A Comparison of Appropriated vs. Chargeback" - presentation, Managing Media For Change Institute,
San Francisco, CA May 1990.
"Accommodating New Media Technologies" moderator - Campus Services group discussion, Consortium of College and
University Media Centers meeting, San Francisco, CA May 1990.
"The Advanced Learning Technologies Lab and New Instructional Technologies at
Arizona State University" Instructional Resources Management Computer Fair, February, 1990.
"Video Technologies in the Maricopa Community College District, Past, Present, Future" - presentation to the Maricopa Community College District All Faculty Convocation, January 1988.
"Expanding Horizons: Accessing Libraries and Databases with a Microcomputer" - presentation at the Microcomputers in Education Conference sponsored by ASU, March 1988.
"Keeping Shadows: Photography from the Worcester Art Museum" local co-curation and addition of images and collateral materials to exhibition. Phoenix Art Museum, December 11, 2005 – March 12, 2006
"Photographic Postcards:Snapshots of Early Twentieth Century
Arizona," An Exhibition from the Collection of Jeremy Rowe,
Sky Harbor International Airport - Terminal 4 Gallery, February 15 through April 25, 2003.
" Photographic Postcards:Snapshots of Early Twentieth Century
Arizona," An Exhibition from the Collection of Jeremy Rowe
Sharlot Hall Museum,July 20, 2001 through April 20, 2002.
"Photography Below the Rim," curatorial consultant with Norman Tessman,
Sharlot Hall Museum, December 2000.
"Picturing the Past, Technology as Tool to Capture and View Images," curator of exhibition for
Computing Commons Gallery, Arizona State University, May - August 1998.
"Albumen, Silver, and Glass - Images of Arizona by Henry Buehman and Frank Hartwell," curator of exhibition for
Central Arizona vision of the Arizona Historical Society, October 1997 - March 1999.
Arizona - Exhibition of historical photographs of Arizona from 1870 - 1920," curated with Maryann Redding, Northlight Gallery, Arizona State University, February 1995.
"Alfred Stieglitz's Camera Notes," Research and acquisition of artifacts for exhibition and docent training presentation- Phoenix Art Museum, May 1994.
Arizona in 3D - A Survey in Stereoscopic Photographs," curated grant funded exhibition, Sharlot Hall Museum Main Gallery, February - June 1991.
Arizona in 3D - A Survey in Stereoscopic Photographs," curated grant funded exhibition, Mesa Southwest Museum Main Gallery, February - June 1990.
"The 150th Anniversary of Photography: A Survey of 19th Century Photographic Process and Equipment" exhibition, research and exhibition
presentation Center for Creative Photography, November 1989 - January 1990.
"From Photogenic Drawings to Electronic Images" exhibit of photographic processes and aesthetics from 1840 to date at the Northlight Gallery at
Arizona State University. Research, and selected images from personal collection, as well as supporting lectures to classes in Fine Arts, and Education Media.
"Photography at 150" curated an exhibit providing an overview of 19th century photographic processes for Special Collections at Hayden Library,
Arizona State University.
"In Defense of a Hairdo: Sculpture/Video Exhibition and Performance," 16mm film and video by Muriel Magenta and Jeremy Rowe, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE),
Los Angeles, California.
"Images of Work in 19th Century Stereo Photography," curated photographic display at the Northlight Gallery on the ASU Campus.
"History of Photography" display of images and cameras, curated Steven's House, at
Heritage Square. March to September 1984.
"In Defense of a Hairdo: Sculpture/Video Exhibition and Performance," 16mm film and video by Muriel Magenta and Jeremy Rowe, Gammage Center for the Performing Arts, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.
Arizona Crossroads--Along Old Route #66, video tape produced by John Craft and Fran Matera, role as photographic researcher and consultant, invited and festival presentations as well as regional cable distribution.
KAET Channel 8
Dimension Cable, Phoenix Metro area.
Phoenix metro area.
National Visual Communications Conference,
International Popular Culture Association,
New Orleans, Louisiana.
"In Defense of a Hairdo" videotape produced Muriel Magenta and Jeremy Rowe, invited, festival, and juried exhibition presentations and screenings.
University of California - Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California.
Washington Women's Art Center, Washington, D.C.
LaMar University, Beaumont, Texas.
St. Mary's College/Notre Dame University, Notre Dame, Indiana.
American Film Institute,
Los Angeles, California.
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Mid-America College Association, St. Louis, Missouri.
A.I.R. Gallery, New York, New York.
California Institute of the Arts,
Midwest Conference, Women's Caucus for Art,
North Texas State University, Denton, Texas.
University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.
Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas.
Gammage Center for the Performing Arts, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona.
Arizona Republic: "Photo Book Brings State History into Focus." Richard Nilsen, March 16, 1997.
Lessons in Light: An Eclectic History Of Early Photographers, Margaret Regan www.tucsonweekly.com/tw/05-29-97/book1.htm
The Arizona Republic/Phoenix Gazette: "The Way We Were: ASU Exhibit Features Old
Arizona Postcard Scenes," Steve Cheseborough, February 10 and 11, 1995.
Mesa Tribune/Tempe Daily News/Chandler Arizonan Tribune: "3-D images bring back old Arizona," Kiana Dicker, June 24, 1990.
"In Defense of a Hairdo," Muriel Magenta and Jeremy Rowe
Morning Edition, National Public Radio: "In Defense of a Hairdo," Steve Profitt, February 20, 1985.
Los Angeles Times: "A Stylish Exhibition That's Truly a Wig of Art," Zan Dubin, February 13, 1985.
The Village Voice: "The Look," Jeff Weinstein, Vol. XXX, No. 13, March 26, 1985.
Artweek: "Defending Hair," Carol Donnell-Kotrozo, Vol. 14, No. 25, July 16, 1983.
Arizona Republic: "Individualistic Artist Lets Her Hair Down During Tressful Event," Judy Hills, Saturday, May 7, 1983.
Co-Principal Investigator - Ceramic Technologies Digital Library (CTDL) -scanning, scientific visualization and analysis project $100K German Research Foundation (DFG) grant under the Scientific Literature Supply and Information Systems (LIS 2) scheme funded 7/06 - 7/08.
Co-Principal Investigator– Ground Water Planning, $175K scientific visualization and policy analysis for East Valley Water Forum, Arizona Department of Water Resources, and Federal Bureau of Reclamation funded 2004 to 2006.
Co-Director, Strategic Initiatives for the Decision Theater at Arizona State University, a $6M immersive visualization facility and science-based public policy resource. (http://dt.asu.edu)
Co-Investigator - Observations and Modeling of Orographic Cumulus Development using Digital Imaging and Data Cataloguing - $431,000 National Science Foundation grant funded 10/ 2004 to 9/2006.
Co- Investigator - Decision Center for a Desert City - $6.9M National Science Foundation grant funded 10/2004 to 9/2009 (active through 1/06). (dcdc.asu.edu)
Co-Investigator - 3D Handwriting Analysis In-Q-tel funded research $100K renewed for $50K 2/2003 to 6/2006
Co-Investigator - Moving Waters: The Colorado River and the West, $300K National Endowment for the Humanities grant funded 9/2000 to 9/2002. (movingwaters.org)
CO-Principal Investigator - KDI: 3D Knowledge: Acquisition, Representation, and Analysis in a Distributed Environment. $2.1M National Science Foundation grant funded 9/1999 to 9/2000. (3dk.asu.edu)
Contract investigator and instructional design consultant - Interactive Nano-Visualization for Science and Engineering Education (IN-VSEE). $2.25M National Science Foundation grant funded 1997-2000. (invsee.asu.edu)
Consultant and CO author of Arizona Humanities Council proposal to U. S. West for Arizona Humanities Council "Cultural Clearinghouse" project to develop WWW presence for the Council and support supplemental grants to provide access to libraries and museums in rural
$50K, 1996 Arizona.
Concept consultant and facilitator for development of Cline Library Pilot Imaging Project to digitize historical photographs and provide student access at distant sites via the Internet, increase electronic access to the collection, and evaluate digital preservation. Initial funding $80K with subsequent expansion. Cline Library, Northern
Arizona University, November 1994 - January 1995.
Exhibition grant to revise and install "Stereoscopic Documentation of Territorial Arizona," an exhibition of historic photographs, equipment, and related ephemera sponsored by the
Mesa Southwest Museum, at Sharlot Hall Museum, Prescott, Arizona. $3,500, 1990.
Developmental grant for "Stereoscopic Documentation of Territorial Arizona," an exhibition of historic photographs, equipment, and related ephemera sponsored by the
$6,500, 1990. Mesa Southwest Museum.
"Evaluation and Modification of Course Content and Materials to Take Advantage of Telecommunications Technologies" - as principle investigator - Maricopa Community College District Priority Education Program Grant,. $8,000, 1988.
"Exploration of Macintosh II Video Capabilities" - as principle investigator - Maricopa Community College District Instructional Computing Grant. $10,000, 1988.
National Stereoscopic Association Research Grant - as principle investigator - to assist in research efforts related to Arizona Stereo Photography at the Library of Congress, National Archives, and Smithsonian Institution in
Washington, DC, and Huntington Libraries in San Marino California, 1987.
Department of Transportation - "Pavement Management Systems" - as media consultant for production of slide and video training materials outlining the management system. John Zaniewski of the
$15,000, 1988 89. Transportation Research Center principal researcher.
National Science Foundation - High Resolution Electron Microscopy: Materials Chemistry, An Atomic Perspective - as media consultant for the design and production of video program outlining the multidisciplinary uses of electron microscopy. $35,000, 1987.
Pi Beta Phi Sorority - as co-author - design and production grant for videotape, handbook, and evaluation materials to provide training materials for national anti-drug effort, Shooting Straight. $20,000, 1986-87.
Southwest Interdisciplinary Arts Fund, "Salon Doo: Synthesis of Video and Computer Art Formats" - as co-author with Dr. Muriel Magenta for production of "Salon Doo" an environmental art installation and video art production. $10,000, 1986-87.
Arizona State University Research Fund, "Synthesis of Video and Computer Art Formats" - as Associate Investigator with Dr. Muriel Magenta for design and production of an environmental art installation and video art production. $5,000, 1986.
ASB 572 Museum Collections Management course section on Copyright and INtellectual Property issues 2000 - present.
Picturing the Past, historical research and Web page development course for the Center for Academic Precocity,
Arizona State University, Summer 1997.
Individual class sessions on copyright, intellectual property and the Internet for EMC 455, 502, 523, 524 1994 - present.
TCM 120 - Introductory Television Production at Chandler/Gilbert Community College., Spring 1987.
TCM 180 - Advanced Television and Media Production at Chandler/Gilbert Community College, Fall 1987.
TCM 290 - 2 sections of Advanced Television and Media Production at Chandler/Gilbert Community College, Fall 1987.
Classroom support - Assistance in the design of a new course, lecture presentations, and final project critique/grading for AVC 498 "Video for Architects" seminar in the
College of Architecture and Environmental Design, Fall 1986.
IME 498/524 - Instructional Photography, graduate and undergraduate sections as Faculty Associate, Spring 1982 - Fall 1985.
IME Film production class presentation/workshop, February 1984.
MCO 336 - Television Production, teaching assistant for introductory studio production class, Mass Communication Department at ASU, Spring 1977.
Leadership Academy, Arizona State University 1996/97
Promotion to Full tenured position,
Arizona State University - 1995.
Sabbatical leave January - June 1993.
Promotion to Associate tenured position - 1991.
Chandler Gilbert Community College Center Employee of the Year
(joint award) 1987/88
Arizona State University Centennial Award of Merit 1986
Partnership for Research in Stereo Modeling, Executive Committee, 2001 -
Appointment to board of The Daniel Nagrin Theatre, Film & Dance Foundation, Inc., 1995 - present.
Elected to Library Compensation Committee, 1993-94.
Appointment to the International Visual Literacy Collection Advisory Board, 1991/94.
Elected Co-chair of the Committee on Academic Professional Status, 1991/92 academic year.
Elected Co-chair of the Committee on Academic Professional Status, 1990/91 academic year.
Appointed to Arizona Historic Records Advisory Board Preservation Advisory Committee representing Arizona Paper and Photograph Conservation Group and Arizona Educational Media Association.
Committee on Academic Professional Status - elected for 1989-92 term.
Appointment to the International Visual Literacy Collection Advisory Board, 1989/90.
Arizona Paper and Photograph Conservation Group, elected Vice President, 1989 -96.
Association for Computing Machinery, Special Interest Group on Graphics, elected Phoenix Chapter President, 1985-86, 1986-87.
International Television Association Phoenix Chapter 44 Executive Council, elected Chapter Secretary, 1987.
International Television Association Audio for Video Program design committee, 1986.
International Television Association Ethics Committee, 1985.
International Television Association Video Competition judging, 1983- 86.
Opening Symposium for the new School of Computing and Informatics at ASU – 9/2006
Opening Symposium for Department of Biomedical Informatics – 1-2006
ECURE - Preservation and Access for
Electronic College and University Records conference Co-chair, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002.
National Stereoscopic Association National Conference Co-chair, 2000.
Member, steering and program committee for Free Speech and Community: Who Speaks for American Values in Public Institutions, 1997.
Member, 1995 program committee Western Cooperative for Educational Telecommunications 7th annual meeting.
Chair, 1994 International Visual Literacy Association Conference Program Committee.
Co-Chair, 1994 International Visual Literacy Association Conference Committee.
Coordinated Alternate Media Preservation workshop at
Northern Arizona University in conjunction with the Arizona Paper and Photograph Conservation Group, 1990.
Chief Information Officer Council, Government Information Technology Agency for State of
Arizona, 2001 -
Arizona Board of Regents Proposition 301 Learner Centered Education proposal review, 2002
Arizona State University President’s Medal of Excellence judging, 2002, 2003
Higher Learning Commission, North Central Association, Academic Quality Improvement Project facilitator 2001 -
Higher Learning Commission, North Central Association, accreditation consultant/evaluator 2001 -
Higher Learning Commission Accreditation Team,
Arizona State University, 2001 - 2003.
Arizona Governor's Task Force on Higher Education, 2000 - 2001.
Arizona State University liaison with the Arizona Government Information Technology Agency, Chief Information Officer Council, and Information Technology Advisory Committee, 1997-
Digital Government Working Group, Electronic Records Life Cycle subgroup, State of
Arizona, 2000 -2002.
Power of Technology Team, Arizona State University, 2000-2002
Mediated Classroom design advisory committee,
Arizona State University, 2000 -
Sponsored Working Group on Digital Data Preservation,
National Center for Preservation Technology and Training, USDepartment of the Interior, National Parks Service, 2000.
Visualization Center Review Committee, Arizona State University, 1999.
Technology Policy Development Committee,
Arizona State University, 1998 -
Information Technology Strategic Planning,
Arizona State University and Arizona Board of Regents, 1997 -
Extended Education Advisory Committee,
Arizona State University, 1997 -
Campus-Wide Information Technology Strategic Planning Committee,
Arizona State University, 1997-
Tri-university Information Technology Task Force, Arizona Board of Regents staff support, 1995/96.
University for the Next Century member, task force on teaching and learning 1995/96.
Examiner, President's Medal for Team Excellence,
Arizona State University, 1996.
Facilitator, Opportunity Team, Human Resources,
Arizona State University 1995-96
Classroom Planning Committee, Committee Co-chair, Utilization subcommittee Chair, 1995.
Faculty and Academic Professional Development, Evaluation, and Compensation subcommittee of the University Strategic Planning and Budgeting committee, 1994.
Interdisciplinary Initiative "Project Venus" proposal development in conjunction with Richard Loveless and John Sharer, 1994.
Arizona Board of Regents Extended Education Advisory Task Force as ex-officio member, 1994.
Arizona State Libraries and Archives State Imaging Network task force, 1994.
Academic Senate University Services Copyright Subcommittee, ex-officio member 1993.
International conference planning committee, Association for Education and Communication Technologies, 1992.
University North Central Association Resources and Governance subcommittee, ASU, 1992.
University Planning and Budget Council, ASU, 1991.
Commission on the Status of Women, 1991.
Commission on Shared Governance, ASU, 1991.
Faculty Senate Strategic Planning Committee, ASU, 1991.
University Program for Faculty Development search committee for Director, ASU, 1991.
University Program for Faculty Development Advisory Committee 1990-92 term, ASU.
Academic Chairs and Directors Group, ASU, 1990/91.
Electronic Classroom Subcommittee, Academic Computing Advisory Committee, ASU 1990 to present.
Macintosh Graphic Software evaluation committee, ASU, Spring 1990.
University Program for Faculty Development search committee for acting Director, ASU, 1990.
American Film and Video judge, History category, February 1990.
University Libraries Non Print Preservation Committee, ASU, 1990.
ASU Classroom Renovation Committee 1989 to present.
Faculty Development Task Force, appointment for the 1989-90 term, ASU.
Chair, University Media Systems Facilities Planning Committee 1989-90.
ASU Classroom Study/Classroom Planning Committee 1986 - 1989.
University Film Committee 1984-92, ASU.
Telecommunications Users Group - long range strategic planning, Maricopa Community College District, 1987-88.
Copyright Subcommittee, Telecommunications Users Group, Maricopa Community College District, 1987-88.
Center for Instructional Technology Advisory Council, Maricopa Community College District, 1987-88.
The American Experience
American Heart Association
Arizona Department of Education
Arizona Department of Transportation
Arizona Newspapers, Inc.
Arizona State Department of Economic Security
Arizona State Department of Libraries, Archives, and Public Records
Centre for Maritime Archaeology,
Charles E. Merrill publishing
Clio Press Ltd.
Digital Masters Library Corporation
East Valley Water Forum
Heritage Media Corporation
Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association
Independent Studio Services,
Institute for Studies in
for Historical Studies for Central and Eastern Europe,
The Learning Edge
Macgillivray Freeman Films
Maricopa Association of Governments
Maricopa Community College District
Military Images Magazine
Morrison Institute for Public Policy
The Daniel Nagrin Theatre, Film & Dance Foundation, Inc.
National Park Service
National Stereoscopic Association
Presbyterian Synod of the Southwest
Renaissance International Group, Ltd.
Scott Architectural Graphics, Inc.
Southwest Oral History Association
State Bar of
True West Magazine
Western Cooperative for Educational Telecommunications