Awards and achievements of Faculty
William Zuk, professor emeritus in the School of Architecture,
will lecture at MIT on Nov. 10. He will lecture on "Kinetic
Design˛ in MIT's Department of Kinetic Design, which was formed
based on a book Zuk wrote with Roger H. Clark, titled Kinetic
Judith Shatin, chair of the McIntire Department of Music,
had her composition "Kairos,˛ for flute and live electronics,
performed at the International Computer Music Conference in
Bejing in October. Dave Topper, technical director of U.Va.'s
Virginia Center for Computer Music, gave a paper on his work
with RT-Cmix at that conference.
McIntire School of Commerce's master's degree program in
Management Information Systems was recently ranked among
the top 25 technology-oriented business master's programs in
the country by Computerworld magazine. The 12-month program
is designed for the professional who wants to complete a master's
degree while remaining on the job.
The Department of Athletics recently presented Debbie Shiflett
of the Registrar's Office with its Golden Key Award. Employees
are nominated for this award who provide a multitude of "behind-the-scenes˛
services to the University. She also recently received the National
Society Collegiate Scholars honorary award. Recipients of both
awards are selected by students.