Eli Harari, CEO and founder of SanDisk, discusses the outlook for flash memory in The Chronical of San Fransisco. The article can be accessed at: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2008/09/28/BUBV1352BL.DTL
Peter Norgaard has received an Excellence in Teaching award from the School of Engineering and Applied Science for his contributions as an Assistant in Instruction for MAE 303 during the spring term of 2008.
Alyssa Sandrowitz *02 has joined the law firm of Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein and Fox based in Washington, DC. After graduating from Princeton, she earned her law degree from Washington College of Law at American University. Alyssa graduated in 2002 with a MSE under the direction of Professor Judy Wornat.
Albert Lee *90 is Program Officer at the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering at the National Institutes of Health. His work with other federal agencies is designed to stimulate researchers in the physical and engineering sciences to work on biomedical problems.
MAE brings home the trophy! Thursday Night, August 2nd the MAE Softball team outplayed Computer Science in the season ending Championship game. Although close, MAE pulled it out with an 8 to 7 win against their unrelenting competitors.
The team, pictured to the left, consisted of: top row, from left to right: CJ Kalra, Michael Burke, Teddy Helfers, Jason Kay, Manny Stockman (Team Coach), Josh Proctor, Noel Eisley, Prof. Jeremy Kasdin, Derek Paley, Mac Haas, Tim Ombrello; bottom row , from left to right: Melissa Green, Christina Peabody, Andy Stewart, Megan Leftwich, Katherine Timpano.
At the Commencement ceremonies on June 5th, Norman Augustine, was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws. He obtained his undergraduate and master's degrees in Aeronautical Engineering from Princeton in 1957 and 1959, respectively. After spending nearly 20 years as an engineer at aerospace companies and serving twice as undersecretary of the Army, he joined the Martin Marietta Corp., a leading aerospace and defense manufacturer, in 1977, and became chairman and CEO. He then served as president of the Lockheed Martin Corp. upon its formation in 1995 and was named its CEO and chairman before retiring in 1997.
Luke Uribarri has been awarded a Wallace Memorial Fellowship in Engineering for the 2007-08 academic year. Honorific fellowships recognize outstanding performance and professional promise, and represent high commendation from the Princeton University Graduate School.The Wallace Memorial Fellowship was founded in 1930 by Bonnie Wallace LeClear and reconstituted in 1963 as one of the highest awards conferrable in the School of Engineering and Applied Science.