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Information Technology Manager, Principal

Music Bldg, Room 123

MM, University of Arizona; MM, University of Arizona; BM, West Texas State University (West Texas A&M University)

Ms. Barlow holds Master's Degrees in Music Theory and Music Performance from The University of Arizona and a Bachelor of Music degree in Theory/Composition from West Texas A&M University.

As the Information Technology Manager for Fine Arts, Cynthia manages the Tech Services and Web Services teams. Tech Services keeps computers and technology running throughout the College, and Web Services provides web application and site management. Additionally, Fine Arts Technology maintains CFA servers and distributed data systems – including web, mail, file, list, and various databases, and supervises network management – including troubleshooting ethernet and wireless systems and working with UITS to resolve issues and plan future implementations.

Music remains her professional hobby, and Cynthia is very active in the Tucson steel pan scene. She plays tenor pan with Apocalypso, a professional steel band who have released two CDs and enjoy performing in both public and private venues around Tucson and Southern Arizona.

She's also active in Tucson's improv comedy scene, performing regularly at Unscrewed Theater.

In her spare time, she enjoys taking classes in the arts wherever she can fit them into her schedule.


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