Joel Dunn's Home Page
Welcome to North Carolina, y'all! I'm happy to be your host in my little
corner of the Web. Hope you enjoy your visit. I work for UNC-Chapel
Hill in the Administrative Information
Services department as the Director for Systems. In addition to working
for UNC (since 1983), I'm a graduate of two of its schools, the Kenan-Flagler
School of Business (BSBA, 1979) and the Computer
Science Department (MSc, 1995 [thesis]).
Just to keep myself out of trouble, I'm enrolled in the PhD program in
the School of Information and Library Science
as well as being a clinical lecturer in that department, teaching Systems
Analysis. With any luck, I'll finish the PhD in 2004 :-). I'm the UNC-Chapel
Hill applications lead on the Internet2
and Executive Director of the North Carolina Network Initiative (NCNI).
Photo by Jan Dunn, October 1993, Boone's Fork, NC
I'd really rather be flyfishing,
I didn't catch any fish
that day in 1993, but it was a beautiful day to be out in the woods. I
did miss a couple of fish
hit a Royal Stimulator.
Sometimes it's just nice to get out on a quiet
Recent doings of the clan can be found below:
The Dunn 1996 expedition was to the desert Southwest ( Grand
Canyon, Zion, Mesa Verde etc.)
1997 trip was the maritime
provinces of Canada!
In 1998, we returned to the southwest, to the BSA
Philmont Training Center for a week and then a circuit of Utah and
Colorado (Arches NP, Timpanogas NM, Dinosaur NM, Rocky Mountain NP).
For the 2000 vacation circuit, we spent a week in the Florida
Keys in the spring and then three weeks in California
in the summer.
So...where's the exciting 2001 trip? Well, we're sending our oldest son
to Philmont Scout Ranch and the
BSA National Jamboree. So, the rest of the family chilled for a couple
of weeks at Emerald
Isle, NC (this picture was taken in 2000, and actually has both kids
The 2002 vacation was to Yellowstone, the Tetons, the Black Hills, etc...a
great time. Will get pictures and a writeup eventually!
Planning now for 2003!
Last modified 12-January-2003
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