Howard Camp, Graduate Student, Receives National ‘Innovative Electronic Thesis or Dissertation’ Award

Howard Camp was named one of three winners of the "Innovative ETD Award" by the Electronic Institutional Document Repository Program.  The award letter stated:

‘Your exemplary work has created a unique model of digital media research that will encourage further endeavors in this area.  Your efforts have improved graduate education and raised the standard of scholarship on a global scale.  Your work will provide a clear road for others to follow.’

Howard received the award at the ETD 2006 Symposium in Quebec, Canada.  This award is supported by Adobe Inc. and through this support he received an award check of $400.00. 

Howard’s thesis work was done under the direction of Professor Brett DePaola in the MacDonald lab and his thesis was entitled, “Measurements of the Time Evolution of Coherent Excitation.”