Bartlett, Ill., has his own law practice in Elgin after working
more than 10 years with Carr & ORourke Associates in Chicago.
He is married and has four children.
Richard Rich Miller (M.Ed.),
Uniontown, Pa., chief music arranger for the UNT Marching Band from
1977 to 1993, teaches instrumental and general music for the Uniontown
school district. He also directs a contemporary church choir and
arranges for and performs with his 10-piece rock orchestra, the
Brass Knuckles Band. He would enjoy hearing from fellow music educators
who played in the UNT band. Contact him at 137 Bitner Road, Uniontown,
Kurt Francis (M.A.),
Bangkok, Thailand, retired from university teaching in Asia in 1997
and is now a web master for a site about Bangkok. He has lived in
Asia since 1990.
Duncanville, won re-election as district 10 director for the Texas
Classroom Teachers Association. He is a physical education teacher
at Daniel Intermediate School in the Duncanville ISD.
Santa Monica, Calif., earned his Ph.D. in special education at Texas
Womans University in 2001 and is now an assistant professor
of special education at California State University at Northridge.
Boulder, Colo., was appointed executive director for the Colorado
Alliance for Arts Education, a nonprofit organization that serves
as a resource for arts educators. Previously, she was director of
marketing and partnership development for Bridge by Bridge Productions
in New York.
Springfield, Ore., began work in January with the University of
Oregon as director of disability services and associate director
of academic advising. He previously served as UNTs director
of disability accommodation.