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Press Release 07-172
President Honors Mentors of Scientists and Engineers

Eleven awards recognize those who broaden opportunities and support success in the sciences

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Award winners at White House ceremony

Winners of the 2006 Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring (PAESMEM) were honored at the White House on Nov. 16, 2007. Pictured are: (first row, left to right) Joe Omojola, Frances Draughon, Saundra McGuire, Gayle Slaughter, Katherine McCarter, George Lee, Judith Todd and Juan Arratia; and (second row, left to right) Dan Byers, deputy associate director for technology at the Office of Science and Technology Policy, Kathie Olsen, deputy director of the National Science Foundation (NSF), Jonathan Earle, David Allison, Ricardo Jacquez, Cora Marrett, assistant director for Education and Human Resources at NSF, and Arden L. Bement, Jr., director, NSF.

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David Allison

David B. Allison is professor of biostatistics and nutrition sciences at the University of Alabama at Birmingham

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Juan Arratia

Juan F. Arratia, is director and principal investigator for the Model Institutions for Excellence (MIE) project at Universidad Metropolitana (Puerto Rico).

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Frances Draughon

Frances A. Draughon is professor and co-director of the Food Safety Center of Excellence at the University of Tennessee's Institute of Agriculture.

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Jonathan Earle

Jonathan F. K. Earle is associate dean for student affairs and associate professor of agricultural and biological engineering at the University of Florida.

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Ricardo Jacquez

Ricardo B. Jacquez is professor of civil engineering at New Mexico State University.

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George Lee

George C. Lee is Samuel Capen Professor of Engineering, and former dean of the school of engineering and applied sciences at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York (SUNY).

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Saundra McGuire

Saundra Y. McGuire is associate dean for University College at Louisiana State University.

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Joe Omojola

Joe Omojola is dean at the College of Science at Southern University of New Orleans.

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Gayle Slaughter

Gayle R. Slaughter is assistant dean for graduate education at Baylor College of Medicine.

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Judith Todd

Judith A. Todd is professor of engineering science and mechanics at Pennsylvania State University.

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Katherine S. McCarter

Katherine S. McCarter is executive director of The Ecological Society of America.

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