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UAH business professor recognized with prestigious distinguished service award
UAH business professor recognized with prestigious distinguished service award

Dr. Jatinder "Jeet" Gupta, who last year received the distinguished service award from the Indian subcontinent region of the Decision Sciences Institute, has now been recognized by the Decision Sciences Institute (DSI) proper.

At the organization's 45th annual meeting in Tampa, Fla., this past November, Dr. Gupta, the Eminent Scholar in Management of Technology at UAH, was presented with the Dennis E. Grawoig Distinguished Service Award. The presentation recognized his more than 40 years of service to the institute, an academic and professional organization of scholars and practitioners interested in the application of quantitative and behavioral methods to the problems of society.



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      Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering


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Physics, University of Denver
Physics, University of Denver
Physics and Philosophy, Drake University 


Daniel Armentrout was the Interim Chair and lecturer in the Mechanical and Materials Engineering department at the University of Denver (DU). He has taught a diverse mix of graduate and undergraduate courses in mechanical engineering, general engineering, physics and general science. In his 14 years at DU, his research concentrated primarily on the testing and analysis of composite materials exposed to extreme environments. In 2011 he received the Faculty Pioneer Award for Scholarship and Leadership at DU and in 2007 the Best Citizen Award in the School of Engineering and Computer Science. His employment experience also includes the Rocky Flats Environmental Technology Site (1990-1996) where he worked on materials analysis and waste encapsulation techniques of radioactive and hazardous waste. He has published over 35 articles in international journals and 20 conference proceedings. Daniel Armentrout graduated with a bachelor degree in physics from Drake University in 1985. He also has MS and PhD degrees in physics from the University of Denver. He is a licensed professional engineer in the state of Colorado.

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