September 16, 2010

Acclaim: Rubin, Strickland, Veneziani honored

Paul Rubin was a panelist in August at the Technology Policy Institute Aspen Forum.

Rubin is professor of economics and law in Emory College of Arts & Sciences and senior fellow at the Technology Policy Institute. He was on the panel for “Privacy online: where do we go from here?”

The institute is a research and educational organization that focuses on the economics of innovation, technological change and related regulation in the United States and around the world.  

Ora Strickland is the inaugural recipient of the Mary Elizabeth Carnegie Award for nurse education.

Strickland is a professor in the Office of Academic Advancement in the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing and an Emory 2010 Distinguished Faculty Lecturer.

The award from the Council on Collegiate Education for Nursing is given to a nurse educator who best exemplifies Carnegie’s quest for excellence in nursing education and efforts to promote diversity.

Alessandro Veneziani will be awarded a $15,000 grant for his research on “Computational and Statistical Analysis of Brain Aneurysm Morphology and Hemodynamics.”

Veneziani is associate professor of math & computer science.

The grant will be made by the Brain Aneurysm Foundation at its Fourth Annual Research Grant Symposium on Sept. 22 in Orlando. The symposium helps the foundation continue to raise awareness of brain aneurysms, which affect an estimated 1 in 50 people in North America.

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  • “Acclaim” recognizes the accomplishments of staff and faculty. Listings may include awards and prizes; election to boards and societies; and similarly notable accomplishment in the wider community. To submit an item for the weekly “Acclaim” column, contact