Autobiography of Steven Santiago
Steven Santiago is in the middle of his 25th year of University service. Prior to coming to the Santa Cruz campus in 1998, Steve had worked at the Berkeley campus for 20 years. Starting as an EOP Peer counselor, a student position, at Undergraduate Admissions in 1976, he has worked for the Lawrence Hall of Science, Mailing Division, the Office of Technology Licensing, and the School of Public Health.
As the Software Distribution Coordinator for the Campus Software Office (CSO), he helped transition the CSO, in 1990, into the Office of Technology Licensing (OTL), Berkeley's Patent Office.
At the School of Public Health, Steve provided technical support for the UCSF Joint Medical Program and the student computer labs, as well as design work and staff training on administrative databases.
On the UCSC campus, he has worked as technical support and in applications training for the Social Sciences Division and the Educational Partnership Center (EPC), the focus of UCSC outreach activities.
In 1994, twenty years after he started his undergraduate education in the Statistics Department at UC Berkeley, Steve received his BS in Business Administration with an Option in Computer Information Systems from CSU Hayward. He continues his academic pursuits by providing technical support for many research projects both inside the University system and without.
Since August 1, 2001, Steve has been working as Information Technology Manager at the Graduate Division.