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Awards & Recognition

Awards & Recognition

Corporate Citizenship
[{"resourcePath":"/in/en/about-us/news-events/awards/corporate-citizenship.html","faqCategory":"Employee Awards & Recognition","faqList":[{"question":"Corporate","answer":"<p><b>Chang and Tew Receive 2011 Rising Star Awards<br> </b>Theresa Chang, Senior Research Scientist, Science &amp; Technology, and Sheng Herh (Amy) Tew, Manager, Manufacturing Performance Engineering, Manufacturing, Technology &amp; Engineering (MTE)-Asia, were recognized among the STEM 2011 Technology Rising Stars for their work to shape technology for the future. (2011)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b>Dr. Odessa Petzold Receives 2011 Research Leadership Award<br> </b>Dr. Odessa Petzold, Research Manager, Science &amp; Technology, was selected as the 2011 recipient of the Women of Color Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Research Leadership Award. Recipients of this award are recognized for their work in research and development that leads to the discovery, development, and implementation of new technologies. (2011)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b>Kimberly Walker Receives Special Recognition<br> </b>Kimberly Walker, Operations Manager, Environmental Technologies Development, was selected to receive a 2011 Women of Color STEM Special Recognition Award. This award recognizes the exceptional achievements of multicultural woman who have excelled in STEM fields and/or as leaders in their workplaces or communities. (2011)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b>Dr. John Mauro Honored with&nbsp; 2010 Weyl Award</b>&nbsp;<br>The Pennsylvania State University and the International Commission on Glass awarded the 2010 Weyl Award to Dr. John Mauro. The award is given every three years to acknowledge a young scientist whose work in glass has shown ingenuity, initiative, and innovative thinking. (2010)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b>Analysts Name Ken Sofio One of Country's Top IR Chiefs<br> </b><i>Institutional Investor magazine</i>&nbsp;has ranked Ken Sofio, Corning's vice president of Investor Relations, third among the top IR professionals in the United States. The magazine's research group bases the rankings on a comprehensive study that polls analysts on the way publicly held companies communicate, provide transparent financial reports, demonstrate industry knowledge, and more. (2010)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b>Dr. Connie Wang Selected 2009 Woman of Color<br> </b>Dr. Connie Wang - S&amp;T Research Manager, Corning Taiwan - was selected as the 2009 Woman of Color in the area of Research Leadership. (2009)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b>Muluwork Geremew Named 2009's Most Promising Engineer<br> </b>Muluwork Geremew was named 2009's most promising engineer at the 2009 Black Engineer of the Year Awards Conference in Baltimore. (2009)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b>Institutional Investor magazine names Jim Flaws one of top CFOs in U.S.<br> </b>Institutional Investor magazine has named Corning Chief Financial Officer&nbsp;<a title=\"James B. Flaws\" href=\"/content/corning/worldwide/en/about-us/company-profile/our-leadership/james-b--flaws.html\" target=\"_blank\" adhocenable=\"false\">Jim Flaws</a>&nbsp;one of the top CFOs in the United States. The publication each year surveys investment professionals and asks them to identify the top financial executives in the sectors they follow. Jim made the list for the telecommunications sector, along with the CFOs of Juniper Networks and Cisco Systems. (2009)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b>Likitvanichkul and Ravichandran Receive 2009 Technology All Star Award<br> </b>Dr. Sumalee Likivanichkul and Dr. Vasudha Ravichandran received the Technology All Star award from Career Communications Group. This award recognizes woman of color who have demonstrated excellence in both their careers and their communities. (2009)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b>Truesdale Honored at BEYA Conference<br> </b>Twenty-five year Corning veteran and research fellow in science and technology,&nbsp; Dr. Carlton Truesdale was named the Most Important Black in Technology for 2008 at the 2009 Black Engineer of the Year Awards Conference in Baltimore.&nbsp;(2009)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b>Diana DeLaney Receives President's Award at National Women of Color Conference</b>&nbsp;<br>Sixteen-year Corning veteran and process engineer Diana DeLaney received the President’s Award at the 13th Annual National Women of Color STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Conference in Dallas. (2008)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b>Corning’s Lina Echeverria to be Profiled in Diversity Journal<br> </b>Nominated by their colleagues, peers, and mentors for their initiative and achievements, the women featured in the magazine convey&nbsp;a certain purpose and drive, and represent diversity within their spheres of influence. (2008)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b>Association of Energy Engineers Names Patrick Jackson Energy Manager of the Year<br> </b>The Association of Energy Engineers presented Patrick Jackson with the 2007 Energy Manager of the Year Award.&nbsp;(2007)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b>International Data Group Computerworld Names Corning Employees on List of Premier 100 IT Leaders<br> </b>International Data Group Computerworld honored Frank J. Glauner, director of Information Technology for Corning Display Technologies, (2005) and Howard Piggee Jr., director of Information Technology, Chief Information Officer, Life Sciences division (2003) as &quot;Premier 100 IT Leaders&quot; for their executive guidance on the effective use of IT in their organizations.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b>Corning Employees Receive National Medal of Technology<br> </b>Drs. Rodney D. Bagley, Irwin M. Lachman and Ronald M. Lewis received the&nbsp;National Medal of Technology&nbsp;for their development of a high-performance cellular ceramic substrate that set the standard for vehicular catalytic converter efficiency worldwide. (2003)</p><p>Drs. Donald B. Keck, Robert D. Maurer and Peter C. Schultz received the National Medal of Technology for inventing low-loss optical fiber, a key enabler of the telecommunications revolution and the basis for one of the largest industries in the world today. (2000)</p><p>Dr. S. Donald Stookey, a retired Corning research fellow, received the National Medal of Technology by President Ronald Reagan for his invention of glass-ceramics, photosensitive glass and photochromic glass. (1986)</p><p>&nbsp;</p>"},{"question":"Corning Display Technologies","answer":"<p><b>Corning’s Lisa Ferrero Profiled in Diversity Journal<br> </b>Lisa Ferrero, vice president and general manager of Corning Display Technologies, was listed in &quot;Women Worth Watching 2010&quot; by Diversity Journal. Nominated by their colleagues, peers, and mentors for their initiative and achievements, the women featured in the magazine convey&nbsp;a certain purpose and drive, and represent diversity within their spheres of influence. (2009)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b>Society for Information Display Honors Dr. Peter Bocko with Special Recognition Award</b>&nbsp;<br>Dr. Peter Bocko received a special recognition award from the Society for Information Display for his central role in delivering innovative high-performance glass substrates for the display industry, including environmentally friendly display glass and substrates compatible with polysilicon backplanes for liquid crystal and organic light-emitting displays. (2009)</p><p>&nbsp;</p>"},{"question":"Corning Environmental Technologies","answer":"<p><b>Dr. Timothy Johnson Earns Fellow Grade of Membership from Society of Automotive Engineers<br> </b>Dr. Timothy Johnson, director, emerging technologies and regulations, Corning Environmental Technologies, received a Fellow Grade Membership from the Society of Automotive Engineers. (2007)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b>Dr. Timothy Johnson Receives Lloyd L. Withrow Distinguished Speaker Award from Society of Automotive Engineers</b>&nbsp;<br>The Society of Automotive Engineers recognized Dr. Timothy Johnson, director, emerging technologies and regulations, Corning Environmental Technologies, as a Lloyd L. Withrow Distinguished Speaker. (2007)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b>Dr. Jeff Kohli Named Fellow of American Ceramic Society<br> </b>Dr. Jeff Kohli, new products manager, Corning Environmental Technologies, was recognized as a Fellow of the&nbsp;American Ceramic Society. (2006)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><b>Joe Allen Earns White Magnolia Silver Award from Shanghai Municipal Governement<br> </b>Corning Environmental Technologies' Joe Allen, plant manager, diesel manufacturing, received the White Magnolia Silver Award from the Shanghai Municipal Government. The award is presented to expatriates who contribute to Shanghai’s further development in the areas of international relations, management practice, economic performance and community well being. (2003)</p><p>&nbsp;</p>"},{"question":"Corning Telecommunications","answer":"<p><b>Corning Pioneers Recognized by American Chemical Society<br> </b>The&nbsp;American Chemical Society&nbsp;recognized Dr. Dana Bookbinder, Dr. Ming-Jun Li and Dr. Pushkar Tandon of Corning Optical Fiber at the 37th Northeast Regional Meeting for pioneering work on&nbsp;ClearCurve™&nbsp;fiber, an ultra-bendable optical fiber. (2008)</p><p>&nbsp;</p>"},{"question":"Corning Life Sciences","answer":"<p><b>Women of Color Magazine Honors Dr. Santona Pal</b>&nbsp;<br>Santona Pal, manager of biosurfaces for Corning Life Sciences, received the &quot;Technical Innovation Award&quot; at the 12th National Women of Color Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Conference. (2007)</p><p>&nbsp;</p>"}]}]