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October 26, 1995

Assistant law dean appointed

Jan Miller, former deputy director of Pitt's Mid-Atlantic Technology Applications Center, has been named assistant dean for administration in the School of Law. She succeeds Charles Schardong, who retired in December.

In her new position, Miller will help guide the law school's strategic planning and budgeting operations. She will oversee the implementation of information technologies, act as the school's human resources liaison and supervise facilities management and planning.

"Jan Miller brings to us not only the temperament, energy and management and planning skills necessary for success, but also a deep background in technology that is clearly of central relevance to the School of Law's future directions as an institution," law Dean Peter Shane said in a written statement.

Miller holds a B.A. in political science and a master's degree in information science, both of which she obtained from Pitt. She has held a variety of managerial positions in technology-intensive organizations, including 10 years as director of systems and operations for Pitt's NASA Industrial Applications Center.

Filed under: Feature,Volume 28 Issue 5

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