UBU TSA PagesThis domain has been registered to build a website for and about current and ex members of the University of Bradford (UBU) Technical Services Association.
Dating back to the turn of the Sixties - Bradford University was chartered in 1968 - TSA was started by students with a keen interest in audio engineering and providing services to the Students' Union of the University.
My own involvement started in February 1972 when I started the summer-half of an Electrical Engineering degree and joined TSA almost immediately. Since nobody could persuade me to leave Bradford (!) I remained involved throughout my undergraduate days (1971-1975) and my MSc. (1976-77) and to some extent even when I taught Computer Science at the University from 1978-1982.
What I'd love to see here are comments, reminiscences, contact information, pictures (if anyone has them) and any other useful archive material that may be findable. In particular, potted cvs and some kind of contact information for ex-members would be very useful to have. If you have suitable information and want to supply it to me, I'll try to cast it into basic web-page shape.
If any of the former members actually have any graphical design skills whatsoever (I know I'm hopeless at it), I will be delighted to hand over responsibility for look, feel - even content of the site!
As a start, I've scanned in some horrifying images!
Mike Banahan, February 2002. Thirty years on. How time has flown.
Update 23rd December 2003: quite a few more pics from John Kettle have arrived.
ContactTo contact me, mail email@example.com
Names of Past MembersHere's a partial list of names that spring to mind (useful search-engine fodder!) - I've marked those for whom I have some contact details. I'll be contacting them over time to pester for more material. Apologies for any name mis-spelling. Please contribute any others that you may have, together with the years they were involved. This was done in 10 minutes flat, so please don't take offence if you aren't here yet.
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