[Published originally in the March 2005 edition of Computing Research News, Vol. 17/No. 2]
NAE Announces New Members and Foreign Associates
Congratulations to all members of the CSE community who were recently elected members and foreign associates of the National Academy of Engineering.
CRA board member Leah H. Jamieson, Ransburg Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and associate dean for undergraduate education, Purdue University, was elected to the NAE for innovations in integrating engineering education and community service.
Others recognized for computer-related accomplishments include: Rodney C. Adkins (IBM Systems and Technology Group); Paul G. Allen (Vulcan Inc.); Ivo M. Babuska (University of Texas, Austin); Marsha J. Berger (New York University); Mark T. Bohr (Intel Corp.); John Edward Bowers (UC, Santa Barbara); Edmund M. Clarke (Carnegie Mellon University); James Q. Crowe (Communications Inc.); David E. Culler (UC Berkeley); Richard D. Gitlin (Bell Labs, Lucent Technologies, retired); Shafrira Goldwasser (MIT); Gerard J. Holzmann (Jet Propulsion Laboratory); Roger T. Howe (UC Berkeley); David A. Landgrebe (Purdue University); Michael E. Lesk (Rutgers University); Jonathan J. Rubinstein (Apple Computer Inc.); Frederick D. Weber (AMD); Jennifer Widom (Stanford University); and Bruce F. Wollenberg (University of Minnesota). New foreign associates include William M. Kahan (UC Berkeley) and Walter M. Wonham (University of Toronto).
According to the NAE press release dated February 11, 2005, election to the National Academy of Engineering is among the highest professional distinctions accorded an engineer. Academy membership honors those who have made outstanding contributions to "engineering research, practice, or education, including, where appropriate, significant contributions to the engineering literature" and to the "pioneering of new and developing fields of technology, making major advancements in traditional fields of engineering, or developing/implementing innovative approaches to engineering education."
The Academy elected a total of 74 new members and 10 foreign associates.
A complete list and additional details can be accessed from the NAE website at: http://www.nae.edu.
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