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McLean, Virginia, December 20, 2005
Three MITRE engineers were recently honored at the National Women of Color Technology Awards Conference for their technical accomplishments and professional and community leadership. Kidest (Mimi) Hailegiorghis was named a Technology All-Star, and Veronica Berryman and Andrean Colón-Padilla were named Rising Stars of Technology.
McLean, Virginia, October 25, 2005
The MITRE Corporation has been selected as a "Great Place to Work" in 2005 by Washingtonian, a monthly lifestyle magazine serving the metropolitan Washington D.C. region. MITRE was chosen for this annual list from a field of over 225 candidates, and honored for its superior employee benefits, challenging work program, and dedication to employee development.
McLean, Virginia, July 5, 2005
Harry W. Vasquez, director of intelligence integration at The MITRE Corporation, recently received the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) Medal of Superior Service. The award was presented to Vasquez for his 12 years of outstanding service as the senior program manager for MITRE's NRO program and for his contributions to the NRO's mission.
Bedford, Massachusetts, July 5, 2005
The MITRE Corporation is pleased to announce that it has been named to Computerworld's "100 Best Places to Work in IT" list. MITRE was ranked 10th on the list. Selection to the list, which is now in its 12th year, is based on a survey of each organization's employment statistics and financial data, benefits policies and programs, as well as feedback from employees.
Bedford, Massachusetts, June 30, 2005
The MITRE Corporation congratulates Dr. George H. Heilmeier, a MITRE Trustee and chairman emeritus of Telcordia Technologies, Inc., on being named as one of three winners of this year's Kyoto Prizes, the international awards presented by the Inamori Foundation to recognize life-long contributions to advanced technology, basic sciences, and arts and philosophy.
McLean, Virginia, June 29, 2005
Dr. James C. Ellenbogen, senior principal scientist of MITRE's Nanosystems Group, recently received the Washington Academy of Sciences 2005 Merit and Distinction in the Engineering Sciences Award at the academy's banquet held in Vienna, Va.
Bedford, Massachusetts, May 24, 2005
Eric N. Skoog, an executive director in the Center for the Air Force Command and Control Systems (CAFC2S) at MITRE, recently received an Exceptional Performance Award for his outstanding accomplishments during his tenure as AF Chief Architect, Office of the Air Force Chief Information Officer (AF CIO).
Bedford, Massachusetts, May 20, 2005
Peter Tasker, executive director of the Information Security Division at MITRE, recently received the Pillar of CERIAS Award from the Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS) at Purdue University, in West Lafayette, Ind.
Bedford, Massachusetts, May 17, 2005
Dr. Louis S. Metzger, vice president of MITRE's Center for Air Force Command and Control Systems (CAFC2S), has received the Benjamin H. Oliver Gold Medal for Engineering.
Bedford, Massachusetts, May 12, 2005
Two MITRE engineers recently received a Superior Honor Award from the U.S. Department of State for their role in advancing U.S.-European Union cooperation on the U.S. Global Positioning System (GPS) and Galileo, the satellite navigation system being developed by the European Union.
McLean, VA, April 8, 2005
For the second year in a row, The MITRE Corporation has been presented with the Maryland Work-Life Alliance's "Workplace Excellence" Seal of Approval. The Maryland Work-Life Alliance, recognizes companies paving the way to a workplace where employees are able to experience fulfillment and success not only in the workplace, but also at home and within the community.
San Antonio, TX, March 11, 2005
Robert "Bobby" Blount, Jr., a senior principal systems engineer in the San Antonio office of The MITRE Corporation, has been named the Texas Outstanding Adult Volunteer for large school districts by the Texas Association of Partners in Education (TAPE).
McLean, VA, March 4, 2005
Three MITRE engineers have been honored with 2005 Black Engineer of the Year Awards for their technical contributions and community service.
McLean, VA, February 11, 2005
The MITRE Corporation has received the "Outstanding Achievement from the Defense Industry" award from the Institute for Defense and Government Applications (IDGA).
Bedford, MA, January 11, 2005
MITRE was named to Fortune Magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For" list for fourth year in a row.
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