Retirement of Don Diener, Associate Vice Provost of Information Technology

Don Diener, associate vice provost for Information Technology, is retiring after more than 40 years of service to UNLV.

Beginning his journey in 1983 in the Department of Psychology, Diener then moved to Academic Computing Services, which later merged with Administrative Computing Services to become the Office of Information Technology. Throughout his career, he contributed to campus-wide initiatives, including the email transitions from CC Mail to Lotus Notes to Gmail and the course management system transitions from WebCT to Blackboard to Canvas. He was also one of the founding members of the UNLV IT Help Desk. Diener is most proud of his work in helping build Information Technology into what it is today.

Diener's colleagues and friends across the university will greatly miss him as he embarks on his well-deserved retirement.

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