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Frank Durand, UNLV's Administrative Faculty Member of the Year for 2014, has been called a "black hole" by his colleagues because when he is given a problem, it just goes away.
OK, maybe not in every office, but Takiyah Ray, the third-place recipient in the 2014 President's Classified Employee of Year awards, says she couldn't perform her job efficiently without them.
While the technology at your fingertips may seem like a highly scientific machine, the software behind it can be a mess of different programming languages. The solution for that problem, says professor Andreas Stefik, may come from a reasearcher's twisty turn.