Diane Zhilong Xie (1956 --- 2009): / Drexel Univ 1991 PhD
1988 entry USA, 2003 became U.S. citizen 32 old (1988) --- 2009 (53 old)
Cause of death: falling to death from university school shuttle bus
她的实际年龄应该是５３ (2009)，她在中科院化学所拿到硕士学位，被送到哈佛读博，后到 DREXEL大学。是个个性很强的女性。
Officers went to her apartment Thursday night hoping to find someone there, but she lives alone, said Sgt. Mike McPharlin.
她是我在哈尔滨的初中，和在北京的大学同班同学, 在中国也许我是最了解她的的人。我到美国后就一直在寻找她，给她往犹他大学的信箱发过信，也往办公司打过电话，还给她的同事发过email. 均未回复, 她就匆匆离开了，有多少往事不堪回首。 现在我在西雅图工作 [email protected]
Diane Xie, Ph.D., served as a research associate professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Utah from September 2000 to July 2003. When the University decided not to renew her contract, Dr. Xie filed this action under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, 42 U.S.C. §§ 2000e to 2000e-17, alleging that the University had discriminated against her on the basis of her national origin and gender and had retaliated against her for complaining about that discrimination.
2007 年官司失败 III. CONCLUSION
We therefore conclude that Dr. Xie was not employed by the University and that, as a result, the University is entitled to judgment in its favor on Dr. Xie's Title VII claims. Accordingly, we VACATE the district court's judgment dismissing Dr. Xie's claims for lack of subject matter jurisdiction and REMAND the case for the entry of judgment in favor of the University on the merits of Dr. Xie's Title VII claims.
32 old (1988)
学校雇了NB律师对付她， 2007 年官司失败，被判非U employee, 真的很惨淡，
希望求助于公众，是否有人认识这位只知道叫"Zhilong Diane Xie"的女士，能出面提
Body not claimed after 3 months
Published: Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2010 12:47 a.m. MST
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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Three months after a former University of Utah professor fell out of a campus shuttle and died, authorities have found no family and no one to claim her remains.
6(5)3-year-old Zhilong Xie fell out of the shuttle's side rear doors as it turned a corner in November and died later from her injuries. At the time, police said they believed her to originally be from Harban, China. They said she became a naturalized U.S. citizen and had lived in Pennsylvania, Virginia and Utah.
Officials say the body of Zhilong, who went by Diane, may eventually be cremated and laid to rest in a common vault.
University of Utah Police Detective Jack Fermanian says he's never seen a case like this one. And Sgt. Kent Curtis says it appears Zhilong was reclusive.
JMT | 6:53 a.m. Feb. 23, 2010
I'm truly sorry to read this.
Years ago I worked at a cemetary to put myself through college. I mostly mowed grass and trimmed around headstones. On rare occasions I helped with burials. One day an older gentleman was buried. He had prepaid for everything, to include the finest coffin, most expensive services, etc. And sadly, the minister, the mortician and myself showed up. A lifetime with no one to grieve. I never knew the full circumstances of that person's life though two decades later and I still remember it.
My faith tells me that both this gentleman from way back when and this honorable lady will be well received. They are no doubt loved, just lifes circumstances found them alone at passing. God bless them both.
JMT: Well said.