Dr. Kathleen Noce, Penn State Erie Lecturer
in MIS and Computer Science, and Director of Partnership
Erie. Primary oversight of all technical aspects of the Website
including branding and site scoping. Leader of Partnership Erie, a
community effort by Penn State Behrend to bring the web to the community.
Contact Dr. Noce at email@example.com
IT Team, Special thanks to the fine IT team at Penn State Behrend for their
assistance in all matters great and small with regards to technical
assistance and for going out of the way to provide outstanding service
to even the smallest need.
Richard Krone, Implemented complete redesign of site from
code to interface. Primary XHTML and Coldfusion programmer for the
site programming back end. MS Access Developer for front end database.
Primary graphic artist , animator and layout designer for whole
of the ERIE website developed during the summer / fall semesters
in 2003. Penn State Behrend MIS Graduate Fall 2003.
Josh Boyce, Penn State Erie MIS graduate, 2002. Expanded on
previous design work especially data handling, Summer/Fall 2002.
Jason Giedymin, Penn State Erie MIS graduate. Initial design
work on the site, Fall 2001/Spring 2002.
Adam Best , Penn State Erie MIS graduate Spring 2006.
ERIE Research Assistants
Mike Hammill, Penn State Erie MBA graduate, Business Economics graduate December 2003.
Summer 2002 - 2005.
Ken Schwab, Penn Stat Erie Business Economics major, spring
Peter Binotto, Penn State Erie Business Economics major,
These organizations have donated data for inclusion in the ERIE
Erie Airport Authority
Erie Regional Chamber and
Growth Partnership - The Erie Regional Chamber and Growth
Partnership, with the support of Erie County Government, provided
the lion's share of funding to make this web site a reality. There
may have been an Erie web site without them, but it would have been
much more limited in content and lacking in many of the features that
make the site eaiser to use.
Erie Community Foundation
- ECF provided important seed money to get this project started in
2001. That important first step led to all the rest...