User talk:Jhwilliams

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Lehigh[edit]

Hi!

Yes, I'm a Lehigh graduate, Class of 1972, with dual majors of Accounting and Management Science. I was similar to you in interests back then. That combination was the closest thing we had to Computer Science back then, programming a CDC 6400 by typing punch cards in the basement of Packard Lab.

I've been in Information Management since graduating and now work with a consulting company in Philadelphia. I previously worked for Johnson & Johnson. My particular specialty is pharmaceutical computer systems validation to meet FDA 21 CFR Part 11 requirements.

I was there at an interesting time. The decision to go co-ed was made while I was a freshman and executed in my senior year. 1972 was last all male class.

It's been fun giving Lehigh a better entry in Wikipedia. We now have a more substatial one than Lafayette! Ironically, my kid brother is Lafayette, Class of 1976. Thanksgiving dinners at my parents are a lot of fun.

Maybe I'll meet you sometime. My daughter Pamela is majoring in Biology at Lehigh, Class of 2008. I never imagined I would have a daughter at Lehigh when I was there. Lehigh has changed with the times while still preserving much of the traditions and excellence that it's known for.

Keep up the work on Wikipedia! Now if you can just tell me how to run a spell check on it!

Gary Wilson --GCW50 16:00, 7 August 2006 (UTC)

Request for feedback on Acton, MA article[edit]

I have done some extensive work on this article over the last month and would appreciate feedback on it. I would like this article to be a 'recommended article' for Wikiproject Massachusetts. Please put feedback on the Acton talk page so others can comment, too. Thank-you.

--LWV Roadrunner 12:58, 22 June 2006 (UTC)

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File source problem with File:Jameson.jpg[edit]

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