director of technology transfer, organized a course called 2002 Software and Digital Media Course for the Association of University Technology Managers, held in Chicago in April. In the course, members shared their approaches to working with faculty and assisting them in reaching their goals, while providing for the distribution and licensing of their software.
associate professor of computer science, was selected to receive the IEEE Early Career Award in robotics and automation. The IEEE award recognizes “persons who have had a major impact on the robotics and/or automation fields.”
Jiun C. Kuo,
head of cataloging, Fondren Library, presented “Where Do We Go from Here? A Generalist Library’s Pinyin Conversion Experience” at the American Library Association Annual Conference in Atlanta June 15. Kuo shared Rice’s experiences with the Wade-Giles to Pinyin conversion for Chinese-language records and headings in non-Chinese language records.
assistant professor of management, and Marc Epstein, research professor of management, both of the Jesse H. Jones GraduateSchool of Management, presented a paper titled “Doesa Reputation for Corporate Social Responsibility Pay Off? Investor Reaction to the 1999 Seattle WTO Meeting” at the 60th annual Corporate Reputation Conference in May and then at the Conference on International Corporate Responsibility in June. The paper was awarded the prize for Best Empirical Paper at the Corporate Reputation Conference.
August 29, 2002
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