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Former University of Arkansas basketball player Jonathon Modica has been named assistant director of development for university programs in the office of university development.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Tricia Hudson-Childers has been named director of development at Tidewater Community College in southeastern Virginia.
``It's about creativity and whole lives, and the arts are just the tool,'' says Sharyn Church, director of development.
As Director of Development at LucasArts Entertainment, Steve Dauterman oversaw all production teams including programming, art, music, test and product support for all the Lucas projects in development.
Prior to joining NFCR, Tremblay served as Director of Development and Senior Development Consultant for the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) in Philadelphia, PA.
Mark Power, previously the director of development for the Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food & Life Sciences, has been promoted to executive director of development, a newly created position.
``We have planted a lot of seeds, and they are starting to grow,'' said Phil Lanzafame, assistant director of development services.
The clause would be recognized by both parties that the price of steel is undergoing unusual price increases now that would have an affect on the contract," said Gary Higbee, director of development of the Steel Institute of New York.