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academic administrator

Armando Vargas,, American academic administrator. Recipient E.T. Koehler award, University Arizona Student Union Activities Board, 1976; scholar, University Arizona, 1974; Andrew P. Martin Memorial scholar, American Legion Auxiliary, 1972, General Resident scholar, University Arizona, 1973, F.O.P. scholar, 1974-1975, Mexican-American scholar, 1975.

Background

Vargas,, Armando was born on February 27, 1954 in El Paso, Texas, United States. Son of Jose Armando and Romelia (Matamoros) Vargas.

Education

Bachelor in Elementary Education, University Arizona, 1976. Master in Public Administration, University Arizona, 1983.

Career

Clerk University Arizona, Tucson, 1976—1977, program aide, 1977—1979, administrative assistant, 1980—1982. Supervisor, manager, recreation coordinator Student Union, since 1983.

Membership

Member Friends of Tucson Public Library., since 1982, Friends of Tuscon Pops Orchestra, since 1981. History member Arizona History Society, since 1976. Volunteer, deputy registrar Voter Registration, Pima County, Arizona, 1984.

Volunteer Campaign to Re-Elect Jim McNulty, Congress, Arizona 5th District, 1984. Board directors Open-Inn, Inc., Tucson, 1977—1980. Member of Association College Unions International, American College Personnel Association, American Association Counseling and Development.

Connections

father:
Jose Armando Vargas

mother:
Romelia (Matamoros) Vargas