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Sunday, November 18, 2018

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David Graves, left, and Mark Mauricio David Graves, left, and Mark Mauricio

ITS Announces Personnel Changes

Mark Mauricio and David Graves will retire this year.

Instructional Technology Services (ITS) is bidding farewell to two retiring staff members, Mark Mauricio and David Graves.

Together, the long-serving Aztecs have been employed for more than 45 years.

Mark Mauricio

Mauricio began his SDSU career as a student assistant with ITS, then called the Learning Resource Center. In 1980, he was recruited for a staff position, providing classroom support and assisting at the checkout counter.

“Mark’s extensive technical knowledge and personal commitment to providing top-notch service have made him a go-to guy for untold numbers of faculty, staff and students over the years” said James Frazee, ITS director.

“He and his wonderful sense of humor will be dearly missed when we all come back to work after the Thanksgiving holiday.”

David Graves

Graves, head of the TV production unit, is the creator of the Monty Awards video broadcast annually at the All-University Convocation, which marks the beginning of the academic year. He will retire Dec. 30.

“Dave’s technical expertise, professional savvy and artistic creativity have made ITS video productions nothing short of broadcast quality,” Frazee said.

“He is also an excellent teacher, and the number of students who have learned from him over the past 15 years is astounding.”


Frazee said no one could replace Mauricio or Graves, but ITS will reorganize and/or recruit to ensure that their retirements do not affect service to SDSU faculty.