Stu Tentoni

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Stu TentoniStu Tentoni (Ph.D.), Delafield, Wis. :: retired in 2016 after working 19 years for the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Norris Health Center as coordinator and training director, clinical assistant, associate professor in the clinical psychology program and clinical professor in educational psychology. He also has worked as an administrator for a non-profit agency that handled the State of Wisconsin's Family Care program; as a liaison between the agency and the State of Wisconsin Bureau of Managed Care; and as a behavioral health consultant for the former Milwaukee County Family Care program. He was also a psychologist for 42 years. While at UNT, he was a member of Kappa Delta Pi, Psi Chi and Phi Delta Kappa. As a Wisconsin native, one of his favorite memories at North Texas occurred during the winter of 1973, when an inch of snow fell overnight. He worked as an audio-visual teaching assistant. “I received calls the next morning from students living in a residence hall across the street saying that they wouldn't come to class due to the snow and fear of slipping and falling,” he says. “I asked each caller if they were joking, as I had ridden my 10-speed bike to campus that day.”