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    ASPIRE is a grant program for undergraduate researchers working with Clark School faculty on projects with commercial potential

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    Staff Honored for Clark School/UM Service

    Staff Honored for Clark School/UM Service

    At the Clark School's 2009 Staff Appreciation Event Wednesday, 12 staff members who have worked at the university for 20, 25 or 30 years were recognized. These staff members were:

    Department of Aerospace Engineering
    Rebecca Sarni - 30 years
    Ahmad Kassaee - 25 years

    Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
    Susan Pleyo - 25 years
    Kathleen Lopresti - 20 years

    Department of Fire Protection Engineering
    Patricia Baker - 30 years

    Fischell Department of Bioengineering
    Catherine Carroll - 20 years

    Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute
    Charles Carr - 25 years
    Joseph Naft - 25 years
    Paul Gietka - 20 years
    Linda Johnson - 20 years

    Department of Mechanical Engineering
    Isabelita Brown - 20 years
    Juanita Irvin - 20 years

    Additionally, Olivia Goetz of electrical and computer engineering was recognized for 43 years of service to the university - she will retire later this year.

    May 13, 2009


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