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Microelectronic Circuits (Oxford Series in Electrical Engineering)
By Adel S. Sedra (member) and Kenneth C. Smith
Oxford University Press, New York, NY 2004
1283 pp., $112



Hojjat Adeli, professor of civil engineering at the Ohio State University, was awarded the Lichtenstein Professorship in Civil Engineering. As a Lichtenstein Professor, Adeli will serve a five-year term, and his teaching and research will focus on the engineering of transportation infrastructure. He earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in civil engineering at the University of Tehran, Iran, in 1973 and his civil engineering doctoral degree at Stanford University in 1976.


Elliot P. Douglas, associate professor of materials and science engineering at the University of Florida, received a 2003-2004 College of Engineering Teaching Award. The award is given after a review of credentials, letters of recommendation, and student and peer evaluations. Douglas earned bachelor's degrees from MIT in materials science and engineering, and humanities and engineering in 1988. He earned a doctoral degree in polymer science and engineering from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst in 1992.



The Space Foundation is hosting the Space Career Fair for College Students at the 20th National Space Symposium at the Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, Colo., March 30, 2004. The fair features presentations by space industry company representatives, admission to the Space Career Pavilion for College Students, a networking lunch, and a pass to the Symposium's exhibit center. Registrants will have the opportunity to e-mail their resumes to companies before the event for a prescheduled interview.

The deadline to register is March 26 and the cost, which includes lunch, is $15. Register online at or e-mail

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