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NPS Faculty Win Best Paper Prize, EGOS Trip to Vienna NPS Faculty Win Best Paper Prize, EGOS Trip to Vienna
Posted 8/31/2007 10:14:25 AM, US Navy Photo by Javier Chagoya.

Naval Postgraduate School Department of Operations Research faculty members Nita Lewis Miller and retired Army Col. Lawrence “Larry” Shattuck have won the prestigious Roland Calori Prize for the best paper published in 2005 and 2006 in the professional journal of the European Group for Organizational Studies. Their winning article was selected from among 125 papers published in Organizational Studies over the two-year period. 2007 is the third year the prize has been awarded and the first time it has been won by Americans. The award, including a $2,800 grant, was presented at a gala ceremony held in Vienna’s gilded Victorian era city hall in July. Miller and Shattuck are co-directors of the NPS Human Systems Integration Program. (Released)

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Astronaut Alums to Take Historic Dog Tag into Space Astronaut Alums to Take Historic Dog Tag into Space
Posted 8/31/2007 10:02:01 AM, US Navy Photo by MC2(AW) Sarah Bir.

When the Naval Postgraduate School begins celebrating its centennial in 2009, this World War II ‘dog tag’ held by former astronaut and NPS National Reconnaissance Office Chair Dan Bursch (left) will be on proud display. The metal identification tag of Capt. H.A. Spanagel will be carried into space by NPS alumni Stephen Frick, (Aeronautical Engineering, 1994) and Alan Poindexter (Aeronautical Engineering, 1995) aboard the STS-122 Space Shuttle mission in December. Frick is mission commander and Poindexter will be his pilot. Prof. Rudy Panholzer, chair of the NPS Space Systems Academic Group, is at right. (Released)

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GSEAS Ed Tech Receives National FEW Scholarship GSEAS Ed Tech Receives National FEW Scholarship
Posted 8/28/2007 11:59:37 AM, US Navy Photo.

Naval Postgraduate School educational technician Evangelina “Eva” Anderson (left) received one of five nationwide competitive scholarships to attend the Federally Employed Women (FEW) 38th National Training Program in Washington, D.C., July 16-20. NPS distinguished alumnus Vice Adm. Nancy Elizabeth Brown, director, Command, Control, Communications and Computer Systems for the Joint Staff, spoke on the first day of the conference. Anderson is past president and current membership chair of the Central Coast of California FEW chapter, which includes NPS and the Defense Language Institute, among others. The theme of the two-day program was “Training Today, Leaders Tomorrow.” (Released)

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GSEAS Ed Tech Receives National FEW Scholarship GSEAS Ed Tech Receives National FEW Scholarship
Posted 8/8/2007 3:09:03 PM, US Navy Photo.

NPS employee Eva Anderson (left) with Army Command Sgt. Maj. Althea Green-Dixon, a speaker at Federally Employed Women’s national training program in Washington, D.C. (Released)

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GSBPP Professor Co-Edits Research Anthology on Managing in the Information Economy GSBPP Professor Co-Edits Research Anthology on Managing in the Information Economy
Posted 8/1/2007 11:54:16 AM, US Navy Photo by Javier Chagoya.

Graduate School of Business and Public Policy Professor Uday Apte has co-edited the first book on managing the information economy written for the business academic community. He is also co-author of three research papers in the new anthology, Managing in the Information Economy: Current Research Issues, published by Springer Publication this June. (Released)

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