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Volume 3, Number 1, Oct 2002

New Staff Members Join Campus-adr.org

Campus-adr.org is happy to announce the arrival of two new staff members. Trevor Richards joined as the team's Project Manager, while Paul Saba is this year's Graduate Student Assistant. Bill Warters and Samantha Spitzer, the only staff members for four months, are thrilled to have new ideas and assistance. Below are profiles of Trevor and Paul. Samantha also included a profile, as she has not done one yet.

Trevor Richards

Trevor is from Canada and commutes everyday from Windsor to Detroit. He has a undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Brock University in St. Catharines, Ontario (named after the British general from the War of 1812) and a masters degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario. While completing the final year of his business degree he was the Coordinator of the Brock University Business Consulting Service. His previous work experience includes the development of document management systems, Access based databases, web sites for small organizations and teaching in the fields of business and information science at the undergraduate, graduate and community college level.

His ADR experience includes acting as a member of University appeal committees and assisting with the evaluation of various government sponsored ADR programs in Ontario.

Trevor's hobbies include the study of American Civil War history, and writing poetry. As part of his American civil war interest he is developing a civil war web site - http://www3.sympatico.ca/richardst

Samantha Spitzer

Samantha has been involved with Campus-adr.org for two years. She is the Associate Editor of the Conflict Management in Higher Education Report, Public Relations Specialist and Research Assistant. She also cleans the office and fills out lots of purchase orders. :)

Samantha earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication at Western Michigan University and her Master of Arts in Dispute Resolution at Wayne State University. Her next step is to find a job away from the Detroit-Metro area. As much as Samantha enjoys working for Bill and being involved with Campus-adr.org, she is an outdoor enthusiast who needs to escape from her current urban environment.

In her spare time, Samantha enjoys wall climbing, camping, hiking, travelling (she has been to Australia, Indonesia, England, Israel and the Canadian Rockies), socializing, eating Indian food and making the world a better place.

Paul Saba

Paul Saba is the new Graduate Student Assistant for the Campus Conflict Resource Center. His duties include maintenance of Campus-adr.org, research, and the management of financial matters. It is his first year here at Wayne State as a candidate for the Master of Arts in Dispute Resolution. He comes directly from the University of Michigan where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics with a minor in Arabic and Middle Eastern Affairs. Paul's short term goal is to attend law school at Wayne State and receive a joint J.D./M.A. degree. His long term career goal is to either serve as a commericial arbitrator or as a mediator for the Arab/Israeli conflict.

Paul's hobbies include fitness training, traveling, playing video games and religously watching the Detroit Lions and the Michigan Wolverines play. He has been to the Middle East and has backpacked throughout Western Europe. His next ideal vacation is spending a few weeks in the Greek Isles.

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