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Clarkson's Dana Barry Receives Award At International Conference On Corporate Social Responsibility
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Clarkson University Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP) editor and technical writer Dana Barry served as a member of the organizing committee for the Second International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility, which was held last month in Penang, Malaysia.
Barry, who serves as president of the Scientific Board of Ansted University in Malaysia, was honored with the Ansted Foundation Award for her efforts and contributions in support of Ansted’s social responsibility projects and publications. She also gave a welcoming address at the conference and delivered closing remarks. She chaired conference sessions and presented the paper “Corporate Social Responsibility and the Environment.”
Barry is co-editor of the new book “S.R.W. Social Responsibility World of RecordPedia 2004,” which promotes international peace by cultivating the practice of social responsibility, and was featured at the conference.
Barry is an officer of the Northern New York section of the American Chemical Society. She is a certified professional chemist and a member of the National Science Teachers Association. Barry also serves on the editorial review board for The Chemist, a publication of the American Institute of Chemists, and The Science Education Review, an international journal published in Australia. She served as a visiting professor in Malaysia (2001), Japan (2002), and England (2003).
Barry has received nine APEX awards for Publication Excellence and other professional honors, including national awards earlier this year for her Chemical Sensation and World First MarsLink Space Mission programs. She has authored over 100 professional publications including five books. In addition, Barry’s biographical profile is listed in Gale Reference’s “Something About the Author” (Volume 139, June 2003).
Support for Barry’s trip to Malaysia was provided by the Clarkson Center for Advanced Materials Processing, Ansted University, and the Northern New York section of the American Chemical Society.Photo Caption: Roger Haw, founding member of Ansted University in Malaysia, presents Clarkson University Center for Advanced Materials Processing editor and technical writer Dana Barry with the Ansted Foundation Award for her work supporting and promoting Ansted University’s social responsibility projects and publications.