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Prof. Michael Ohadi to receive ASHRAE's Distinguished Service Award

Prof. Michael Ohadi to receive ASHRAE's Distinguished Service Award

Professor of Mechanical Engineering Michael Ohadi has been selected to receive ASHRAE's Distinguished Service Award on June 28, 2003 at the Society's 2003 Annual Meeting in Kansas City, Missouri.

The Distinguished Service Award is granted to individuals who have served ASHRAE with distinction on committees and have freely given their time and talent ton behalf of the Society. In a letter announcing this award, ASHRAE Executive Vice President Frank M. Coda states, "It is the volunteer effort of people such as Dr. Ohadi that allows ASHRAE to contribute technological advances for the benefit of industry and the public."

The Department offers their heartiest congratulations to Dr. Ohadi.

March 31, 2003


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