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ata Processing Management Assoc.
The Data Processing Management Association had few
activities throughout the year, said member Scott Wood,
who was elected president for the 1984 school year,
. DPMA was a national organization that promoted ethics
through data processing. Wood said the organization was
beginning to grow, partly a result of the new department of
computer science the school added this year. "With the new
department, we hope to be able to draw in more students
who are interested in data processing management," said
Wood also said that the Certificate of Data Processing
test was given through the national organization for cer-
tification in data processing.
Officers this year were Jim McKissiclc, president, Cliff
Roden, vice presidentg Mike Casey, treasurerg and Lisa Flan-
nery, secretary. - Clmrlei L. Pullen.
FRONT ROW: Lisa Flannery, Pamela Chance, Lori Leach, Celeste Mills, Lisa Postelwait, ROW 2: Don Edmonds, Mark Cawyer, Alan Glaeser, Scott Wood.
ROW 5: Hale Henson, Scott Mann, Mike Casey. Albertjones, Dan Greer. Lamar Anderson, Cliff Rhodenulim McKissick.
Top Iett: Mike Casey accepts
the DPMA award from Jim
McKissick. Top right: Danny
Greer listens to e discussion
during a meeting. Middle:
Alan Glasser discusses
DPMA's elections. Bottom:
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