Scott Madry, Ph.D. Cell 919-448-4493 firstname.lastname@example.org http://informatics.org/
Ph.D. l986 – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH), Department of Anthropology. Dissertation Title: “Regional Spatial Modeling in Archaeology: A Test Case From The Upper Neuse River Basin, North Carolina.” Advisor: Professor Carole Crumley.
M.A. l983 – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of Anthropology. Thesis Title: “A Multi-Scalar Application of Remote Sensing in a Temperate Regional Archaeological Survey.” Advisor: Professor Carole Crumley.
B.A. l978 – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Anthropology Major, Specialization in Photogrammetry and Computer Applications in Archaeology.
Current: Founder and President, Informatics International, Inc., an international scientific services company providing geomatics training, services, and project management.
Research Associate Professor of the UNC-CH Research Laboratories of Archaeology.
2007–2009: Geospatial Data Scientist, The Renaissance Computing Institute, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
1998–2007 Research Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
2000–2006 Senior GIS Consultant, Environmental Resources, Inc., Jacksonville, Florida, USA, and Raleigh, North Carolina, USA.
1987–Present Faculty, International Space University (ISU), Strasbourg, France (two consecutive three-year terms on the elected Academic Council).
1997–2000 Member of the Resident Faculty of the International Space University in Strasbourg, France.
Dec. 1995–Sept. 1997
Senior Associate Director, Center for Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis, Department of Natural Resources, Rutgers University (New Jersey, USA).
Full Member of the Graduate Faculty, Departments of Anthropology and Geography, Rutgers University (New Jersey, USA).
August 1989–Dec. 1995
Associate Director, Center for Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis, Department of Natural Resources, Rutgers University (New Jersey, USA).
Associate Member of the Graduate Faculty, Departments of Anthropology and Geography, Rutgers University (New Jersey, USA).
Consultant on retainer to the Concurrent Computer Corporation for GIS and remote sensing marketing and applications. Providing international marketing and strategic planning.
August 1986–February 1989
(in order) Research Associate, Acting Training Director, Training Director and University Programs Coordinator, and Senior Project Manager, Institute for Technology Development, Space Remote Sensing Center, NASA Stennis Space Center, Mississippi, USA.
August 1987–February 1989
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Geography, Southern Mississippi University (joint research projects with Institute for Technology Development, Space Remote Sensing Center, NASA Stennis Space Center, Mississippi, USA).
June 1986–2002, 2006–present
Member of the Faculty, College of Teachers, and Co-Chair, Department of Satellite Applications, International Space University. Member of Academic Council, 1994 to 1999.
PREVIOUS RESPONSIBILITIES AT THE RENAISSANCE COMPUTING INSTITUTE (RENCI) AND UNC-CH:
Responsible for conducting state-of-the-art Geomatics research integrating GIS, GPS, visualization, and imagery for disaster management, preparedness and response. Project management in emergency management low cost GPS vehicle tracking, Open Source GIS for emergency managers, GIS database design for emergency management, large database development for Digital Elevation Model of Eastern NC for super-computer regional flood modeling, next generation Emergency Operations Center (EOC) concepts, collaborative computer environments for NC emergency management including wiki, teleconferencing, and shared data environments, 360-degree imaging for disaster response and damage assessment, remote sensing analysis for disaster response, community GIS and remote sensing for disaster response, etc. Advising graduate students, teaching Geomatics courses, and grant proposal preparation.
PREVIOUS RESPONSIBILITIES AT INTERNATIONAL SPACE UNIVERSITY:
Responsible for teaching in Masters of Space Studies (3 years in Strasbourg, France) and Summer Session programs (16 years around the world), Summer of 1999: Summer Session Program Associate Program Director for Academic Affairs, Satellite Applications Department Chair, teaching core lecture series, and invitations for advanced and student/faculty workshop visiting lecturers, budgets, etc. Teaching and advising graduate students, conducting research and working with the ISU network of 24 affiliate campuses around the world. The ISU offers a Masters of Space Studies in Strasbourg, as well as a 10-week summer program that is presented to approximately 125 graduate-level students from 20–30 countries.
PREVIOUS RESPONSIBILITIES AT RUTGERS UNIVERSITY:
Responsible for establishment and day-to-day operation of three computer laboratories, research project management and liaison with other GIS/RS users on campus and regionally, establishment and operation of comprehensive GIS and remote sensing short course training program, grant writing, GRASS software development, Global GIS database development project director, project management for several projects in the areas of GIS, remote sensing, software development, and government contracts, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses, and advising graduate students, co-chair, RUGIS inter-campus GIS working group.
CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Applications of geomatics (remote sensing, GIS, GPS, photogrammetry, and related non-destructive technologies) for regional environmental and cultural resource assessment; advanced technologies for disaster planning, mitigation, and response; site location and environmental analysis by use of computer enhanced satellite and airborne digital imagery analysis; regional environmental, wildlife and archaeological settlement and site location models using Geographic Information Systems; regional and global data creation and analysis; database management and analysis; international environmental training programs; advanced techniques of GIS, GPS, and remote sensing; integration of Quick Time Virtual Reality (QTVR) and IPIX visualization technologies with GIS; innovative applications of distance education for geomatics.
ArcGIS 9.x, ArcView 3.x, GRASS (Geographic Resource Analysis Support System) GIS, ERDAS, IDRISI, ELAS (Earth Resources Laboratory Analysis System) and TAE /LAS (Transportable Applications Executive), MapPoint, Marplot, Cameo, Aloha, QGIS, Trimble Global Positioning Systems operation and integration with GIS and remote sensing data, HTML WWW authoring, Quick Time Virtual Reality (QTVR) and IPIX authoring and applications. Microsoft SharePoint, General Mac, Windows, and limited UNIX abilities.
UNIVERSITY COURSES PREPARED TO TEACH:
Geomatics for Disaster Planning, Mitigation and Response;
Fundamentals of Environmental Geomatics;
Remote Sensing and Digital Image Processing (basic and advanced);
Geographic Information Systems (basic and advanced);
Global Positioning Systems, Theory and Applications;
Satellite Applications; Introduction to Space and Satellites; Air Photo Interpretation and Photogrammetry;
Remote Sensing and GIS in Anthropology and Archaeology;
Advanced Seminar in Spatial Analysis;
Introductory Archaeology and Anthropology;
Introductory Geography; Physical Geography.
SHORT COURSES PREPARED TO TEACH:
I have given over 150 GIS and Remote Sensing short courses around the world since 1986 in over 30 countries for various universities, national governments, international agencies, and private companies including: NASA, NATO, the United Nations, and invited lectures at the Sorbonne (Paris), University College (London), Dubai Global Space Technology Forum, and Harvard University, among others. Remote Sensing and GIS for Disaster Planning, Mitigation, and Response (1 or 3 days);
Space Technologies for Disaster Response and Planning (1 or 3 days);
Introduction to Integrated Geomatics (4 days);
Introduction to GIS (1 or 4 days);
Introduction to Global Positioning Systems (1 or 3 days);
GIS for Global and Regional Analysis (4 days);
Introduction to ArcGIS and ArcView GIS (3 or 5 days);
Introduction to GRASS GIS (3 or 5 days);
Introduction to QGIS/GRASS (3 days);
Introduction to the Internet for GIS and Environmental Users (2 days);
Introduction to Space Remote Sensing (1–3 days);
Advanced High Resolution Space Remote Sensing Systems and Applications (3 days);
The ARGOS Environmental Telemetry System (1 day).
2012 Satellite Applications Handbook of Space and Telecommunications, Geomatics, Remote Sensing, Geographic Information Systems, Satellite Navigation, and Geosynchronous Meteorology. Joseph N. Pelton, Scott Madry, and Sergo Camacho-Lara, eds. A Project of the International Space University (under contract to Springer Press as a 1,000+ page major reference work).
RECENT PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS:
2012 Global Earth Observation System of Systems
Young Professionals Virtual Forum. “Disaster Monitoring From Space.” 63rd International Astronautical Congress, Naples, Italy,
Thursday 4 October 2012. Keynote address “Integrating Space Technologies into Disaster Management Operations: Pitfalls and Promise.”
2012 Crops and Animal Husbandry: A Dynamic Interplay in a Responsive Adaptation to Environmental and Socio-economic Change. Paper presented in the session Agricultural/Landscape History and Rural Life in Uxeau Commune and Environs, 1759 to the present, with a Special Focus on 1834–1925 by Elizabeth Jones, Scott Madry and Amanda Tickner at the 38th Annual Nineteenth Century French Studies Colloquium, in Raleigh North Carolina, October 11–14, 2012.
2012 Mills and Ponds: 250 Years of Continuity and Change in the Burgundian Landscape. Paper presented in the session Agricultural/Landscape History and Rural Life in Uxeau Commune and Environs, 1759 to the present, with a Special Focus on 1834–1925 by Scott Madry, Amanda Tickner, Elizabeth Jones at the 38th Annual Nineteenth Century French Studies Colloquium in Raleigh, North Carolina, October 11–14, 2012.
2012 Woods and Vines: Key Components in an Agrarian Repertoire. Paper presented in the session Agricultural/Landscape History and Rural Life in Uxeau Commune and Environs, 1759 to the present, with a Special Focus on 1834–1925 by Amanda Tickner, Elizabeth Jones, Scott Madry at the 38th Annual Nineteenth Century French Studies Colloquium, in Raleigh, North Carolina, October 11–14, 2012.
2011 Tickner, Amanda B., Elizabeth A. Jones, and Scott Madry. Agrarian Land Use and Forest Change in Southern Burgundy, France: A
Multi-source Study. Paper presented in the session: Paleoecology and Historical Ecology at the 34th Annual Meeting of the Society of Ethnobiology, “Historical and Archaeological Perspectives in Ethnobiology” in Columbus, Ohio, May 4–7.
2010 Madry, S, Pelton, J. “Satellites Serving Humanity,” in The Farthest Shore: A 21st Century Guide to Space, Apogee Books, Canada.
2010 Madry, S, Elizabeth, A. Interdisciplinary Research and Method in Historical Ecology: A Burgundian Landscape, Left Coast Press.
2010 Madry, Scott: An Application of Community Remote Sensing and GIS: The Myanmar Cyclone and GIS Corps Response. Paper presented at 2010 GSA Annual Meeting, 31 October – 3 November, Denver, Colorado USA.
2009 Madry, Scott L. H., Elizabeth A. Jones, Amanda B. Tickner, and Dennis McDaniel. Historic Ponds in Rural Southern Burgundy: Water Management from the Medieval Period through the Present Day. Paper presented for the Panel: Water Management and Land-Use: An Interdisciplinary Study in Historical Ecology of an Agricultural Landscape in Southern Burgundy from the Middle Ages through the Present Day at the World Congress of Environmental History, “Local Livelihoods and Global Challenges: Understanding Human Interaction with the Environment” in Copenhagen, Denmark August 4–8.
2009 Jones, Elizabeth A.
2009 Multi-temporal Landscape History in Burgundy: An Innovative Application of Genealogy Software. Paper presented at the 37th Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference, “Making History Interactive,” in Williamsburg, Virginia March 22–26, 2009.
2009 Madry, Scott, Elizabeth Jones, and Amanda Tickner. An Improved Method for Extraction of Historical Cartographic Features into GIS: A French Case Study. Paper presented at the 37th Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Conference: Making History Interactive, in Williamsburg, Virginia March 22–26, 2009.
2009 12 June “A Google Earth-Based Distributed Infrastucture to Support Natural Disaster Response.” F. Guim, E. Oxalap, I. Rodero and S. Madry. Paper presented at: “4th International Conference on Recent Advances in Space Technologies: Space for the Developing World,” 11–13 June, 2009, Istanbul, Turkey. http://www.rast.org.tr/D%C3%B6k%C3%BCmanlar/RAST2009_CFP.pdf
2009 March 25 “An Improved Method for Extraction of Historical Cartographic Features into GIS: A French Case Study,” with Elizabeth Jones and Amanda Tickner at: 2009 Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods and Archaeology Conference, “Making History Interactive,” Williamsburg, Virginia, USA.
2009 March 23–24 “Archaeological Site Prospection Using Google Earth.” At: Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods and Archaeology Conference “Making History Interactive,” Williamsburg, Virginia. Hands-on workshop (2.5 hours).
2009 March 22–25 Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods and Archaeology Conference “Making History Interactive,” Williamsburg, Virginia, USA. Scientific Committee member.
2009 March 11 “Status of Renaissance Computing Institute Disaster Technology Initiatives.” Paper presented at the North Carolina Emergency Managers Association Meeting, Sunset Beach, North Carolina, USA.
2009 March 10 “Personal Locator Beacons, Satellite Search and Rescue Technologies.” Paper presented at the North Carolina Emergency Managers Association Meeting, Sunset Beach, North Carolina, USA.
2009 February 20, 2009 “The URISA GIS Corps and the Myanmar Cyclone Project.” At: North Carolina Geographic Information Systems Conference, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA.
2009 February 19 “Public GIS, Automated Vehicle Tracking and the North Carolina GIS Disaster Volunteer Program,” with Greg Dobson of UNC-Asheville. At: North Carolina Geographic Information Systems Conference, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA.
2009 February 19–20 “The Renaissance Computing Institute Geospatial Initiative.” Poster paper at: the North Carolina Geographic Information Systems Conference, Raleigh, North Carolina.
2009 Madry, S. Scientific Committee member at: Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods and Archaeology Conference “Making History Interactive,” Williamsburg, Virginia.
2008 Creation of an Integrated Topobathy Digital Elevation Model for Coastal and Offshore North Carolina. Ocean Sciences Meeting, March 2–7, 2008, Orlando, Florida. Madry, Scott, L. Stillwell, H. Mitasova, and H. Yi.
2008 November 16–18 “The Application of Space Technologies for International Disaster Management.” Invited paper at the Space Technologies for Disaster Response and Planning half-day seminar on Advanced Space Technologies for Civil Defense and Disaster Management, chair and moderator, Session on Defense and Security, Global Space Technology Forum, Space Technology Commercialization for the Future, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
2008 October “Our New Digital World from Space: How Advanced Technologies are Changing Your World.” University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Fall Community Classroom Series (The William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education).
2008 September 17 NCAUG Fall Conference September 17–19, 2008 Carolina Beach, North Carolina, USA, Invited Dinner Speaker. The NC GIS Disaster Team Chair of session: “GIS in Emergency Management.”
2008 September 10 “CURISA & CGITA GIS in the Carolinas Conference.” Embassy Suite Hotel Resort & Conference Center Charlotte, Concord , North Carolina, USA, Paper: “The URISA GIS Corps and Recent Myanmar (Burma) Disaster Project,” chair of session.
2008 “An Improved Method for Extraction of Historical Cartographic Features into GIS: A French Case Study.” Scott Madry, Elizabeth Jones, and Amanda Tickner. In: Annual Proceedings of Computer Applications in Archaeology.
2008 Feb. 5–7 “New Directions in Space Remote Sensing.” Short course for Applied Technology Institute. Columbia, Maryland, USA.
2008 Madry, S. “New Directions in Space Remote Sensing.” Short Course for Applied Technology Institute, Columbia, MD.
2007 “An Evaluation of Google Earth for Archaeological Aerial Prospection and Site Survey” in: Digital Discovery: Exploring New Frontiers in Human Heritage. CAA 2006. Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. Proceedings of the 34th Conference, Fargo, United States, April 2006. Jeffrey T. Clark and Emily M. Hagemeister, Editors. 2007. Budapest: Archaeolingua. (ISBN 978-963-8046-90-1)
2007 Nov. 13 “Google Earth for Scientific Regional Analysis.” Two-hour short course sponsored by the Odum Institute, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, with Amanda Henley.
2007 October “Advanced Video Teleconferencing and Shared Authoring Web Space Development for the North Carolina Emergency Management Community.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the North Carolina Emergency Management Association, Sunset Beach, North Carolina, USA.
2007 July Invited lecture at the Shen Zhou Institute, Beijing, hosted by the China Academy of Space Technology and China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation.
2007 July Invited lecture at the Institute of Digital China, Peking University, Beijing, China.
2007 July Invited lecture at the international Space University, Space Odyssey Institute, Beihang University, Beijing, China.
2007 “Des gorilles du Rwanda aux sites archéologiques de la vallée de l'Arroux, introduction aux nouveaux outiles de cartographie et d'analyse spatiale.” In: La Cartographie au Service de la Recherche et de l'Aménagement du Territoire, Centre Archéologique Européen, Glux-en-Glenne, France.
2006 “Hic sunt dracones (Here be dragons): The Integration of Historical Cartographic Data into Geographic Information Systems.” In: Between Dirt and Discussion: Methods, Materials, and Interpretation in Historical Archaeology. Steven N. Archer and Kevin M. Bartoy, eds. New York: Springer.
2006 “An Integrated Geomatics Research Program in Mountain Gorilla Conservation in the Virungas.” Scott Madry, Dieter Steklis, Netzin Steklis, and Nick Foust. In: Conservation in the 21st Century: Gorillas As a Case Study. T. Stoinski, H.D. Steklis, and P.T. Mehlman, eds. Kluwer Academic Press.
2006 “Using GIS As an Augur: New Advances Are Making GIS Even More Useful As a Predictive Modeling Tool.” Matthew L. Cole and Scott Madry, Ph.D., The Military Engineer, Journal of the Society of American Military Engineers.
2005 “Archaeological Applications of Remote Sensing.” In: Remote Sensing for GIS Managers, Stan Aronoff, ed. ESRI Press. Redlands, California, USA.
2005 “Development of a State-wide Archaeological Predictive Model for the North Carolina Department of Transportation and Computerized Archaeological Database for the North Carolina Office of State Archaeology.” Scott Madry, Scott Seibel, Ben Resnick, Matt Cole, and Steve Gould. In: GIS and Archaeological Site Location Modeling, Mark W. Mehrer and Konnie L. Wescott, eds. Taylor and Francis Books, Boca Raton Florida, USA.
2005 Nov. 4 “Archaeological Predictive Modeling: Method and Theory.” Poster paper presented at the annual meeting of the South East Archaeological Conference, Columbia, South Carolina, USA.
2005 “An Integrated Geomatics Research Program in Mountain Gorilla Conservation in the Virungas.” Scott Madry, Dieter Steklis, Netzin Steklis, and Nick Foust. In: Conservation in the 21st Century: Gorillas as a Case Study, T. Stoinski, H. D. Steklis, and P.T. Mehlman, eds., Kluwer Academic Press.
2004 June “Geomatics in Archaeology: High Tech for Old Digs.” In: GIS Development, pp. 16– 21. Ravi Gupta, ed., Noida, India: GIS Development.
2003 “Development of a State-wide Archaeological Predictive Model for the North Carolina Department of Transportation and Computerized Archaeological Database for the North Carolina Office of State Archaeology.” Scott Madry, Greg Smith, Scott Seibel, Ben Resnick, Matt Cole, and Steve Gould. In: Analyzing Space in Time: New Directions for GIS in Archaeology. Scott Branting, ed. Oxford: Archaeopress.
2003 “The Development of Archaeological Predictive Models for the NCDOT.” Published in proceedings of: GIS and Archaeological Predictive Modeling: Large-scale Approaches to Establish a Baseline for Site Location Models, Argonne National Laboratories, March 21–24, 2001.
2002 “Practical Aspects of GIS and Predictive Maps from Burgundy, France, and North Carolina, USA.” Invited paper at: International Conference on Landscape Archaeology and GIS: Predictive Maps – Settlement Dynamics – Space and Territory in Prehistory, Wünsdorf (near Berlin) Germany, Land Brandenburg, Oct. 15th–19th 2002.
2002 “Ein GIS-basiertes Archäologisches Vorhersage-Modell für das North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT). In: The Archaeology of Landscapes and Geographic Information Systems: Predictive Maps, Settlement Dynamics and Space and Territory in Prehistory. Brandenburgisches Landesmuseums für Ur- und Frühgeschichte, Potsdam, Germany.
2000 “A GIS/Remote Sensing Case Study in Archaeology: Burgundy, France” in: The NASA Goddard Space Flight Center’s online Remote Sensing Tutorial, Section 15: Geographic Information Systems – The GIS Approach to Decision Making, (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Nicholas M. Short, ed).
RECENT TECHNICAL REPORTS:
2006. “North Carolina Archaeological Predictive Modeling Project: Results of Task 2: Cabarrus, Chatham, Forsyth, Granville, Guilford, Randolph, and Wake Counties.” Prepared for the NCDOT and Federal Highway Administration by Environmental Services, Inc.
2003. “North Carolina Archaeological Predictive Modeling Project: Results of Task 1: Cabarrus, Chatham, Forsyth, Granville, Guilford, Randolph, and Wake Counties.” Prepared for the NCDOT and Federal Highway Administration by Environmental Services, Inc. ESI Report of Investigation No. 416, T.I.P Number E-4602. September, 2003. Report on file at ESI and NCDOT
2002. “Archaeological Survey and Development of a GIS-Based Site Probability Model: Duval, Florida.” with Greg Smith and Matt Cole. Report submitted to Duval Conty, Florida, USA.
2001. “Archaeological Survey and Development of a GIS-based Site Probability Model: St. Johns County, Florida.” with Greg Smith and Carrie Whitehill. Report submitted to St. Johns County, Florida, USA.
2000. “A GIS-based Analysis of Three Wine-growing Regions in France. Project conducted for the Dupont Corporation.
1999. “The Future of Advanced Commercial Technologies in Space.” Report submitted to the US Department of Commerce, Office of Air and Space Commercialization by Futron Corporation, Bethesda, Maryland, USA, through the Futron Corporation, Bethesda, Maryland, USA.
2005–Present Consultant to the government of the Isle of Man for Geospatial data integration and display in Google Earth.
2006–2007 Consultant for the Renaissance Computing Institute, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, for geomatics research in disaster response. Funded by FEMA and State of North Carolina for the North Carolina Division of Emergency Management.
2000–2006 Consultant for Environmental Services, Inc. of Jacksonville, Florida, USA, for various GIS and remote sensing services, including in-house training, proposal preparation, project management, and strategic planning.
1996 Consultant and subject of the Discovery Channel documentary entitled High-Tech Archaeology
1996 Consultant to the Discovery Channel documentary entitled The Satellites.
1996 Consultant to United Nations UNISTAR (United Nations International Short Term Applications Consultancies), Turkey.
1996 Consultant to Kennedy and Marshall, Producers of the film CONGO.
1995 Consultant to NATO for Geomatics technology transfer to Turkey.
1988–9 Editorial Consultant, Time Life Books Inside Computers series.
AWARDS AND HONORS:
2005 Fulbright Senior Specialist Award for teaching and research in France.
2005 Certificate of Appreciation for service in the Hurricane Katrina relief efforts from the American Red Cross
2005 Certificate of Appreciation for service in the 2005 Hurricane season relief efforts from the American Red Cross
2003 Annual Historic Preservation Award from Jacksonville Historic Preservation Commission for GIS archaeology predictive model developed for Duval County Florida, USA.
2003 Certificate of Recognition for service in the Hurricane Isabel relief efforts from the American Red Cross.
2003 Good Neighbor Award for significant humanitarian contributions in support of the American Red Cross.
2002 Orange County Key Volunteer Award for work with the American Red Cross
2001 Special Citation for Exceptional Volunteer Service in the 9/11 Disaster from the American Red Cross.
2001 Orange County, North Carolina Chapter of the American Red Cross Volunteer of the Year.
1997 Konstantin E. Tsiolkovsky Medal, awarded by the Tsiolkovsky Museum of the History of Cosmonautics, Kaluga, Russia, for efforts in support of the ideals of K. E. Tsiolkovsky and international cooperation in space research and education.
1995 Merit Award, Rutgers University.
1994 Merit Award, Rutgers University.
1994 Elected to the Academic Council (faculty senate), International Space University, reelected in 1996.
1992 Nominated for Presidentís Award, Rutgers University.
1991 Merit Award, Rutgers University.
1991 Research featured in the McGraw Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology, McGraw Hill Publishers, Lanham, Maryland, USA.
1969 National Daughters of the American Revolution Annual Medal for Academic Achievement.
RESEARCH GRANTS AND CONTRACTS: I have been Principal Investigator (PI) or Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI) on over US$5 million in grants and contracts from local, state, and United States federal agencies, private foundations, commercial corporations and international organizations and foreign states.