Katy ISD health education coordinator recognized


Students’ physical, mental, emotional and social development are important to the Katy Independent School District health and physical education department. Coordinator H.C. Grimet has been recognized for his work

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CompoSecure’s Co-Founder and Executive Chairman Recognized as Top Woman in Business

Michele Logan acknowledged for shaping the cultural and economic future in New Jersey

CompoSecure, L.L.C. (“CompoSecure”), a pioneer and category leader in premium financial cards, today announced that co-founder and executive chairman, Michele Logan, was awarded “Best 50 Women in Business” by NJ Biz. Logan was recognized during a virtual event for her contributions to the New Jersey business community.

Logan and the other CompoSecure founders created a new category in the payment industry with metal cards. The company has seen double-digit growth and today has over 700 employees. CompoSecure has tripled its global market footprint and now distributes premium financial cards to more than 20 countries around the world. According to a recent ABI Research report, “CompoSecure is the only large-scale manufacturer of metal cards globally.” Logan had the vision to grow CompoSecure into what it is today.

“This acknowledgment recognizes the hard work of our entire workforce, from

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Jamie Steele Recognized for Research on Gender and Artificial Intelligence

By Jeanne Hedden Gallagher

September 10, 2020

Jamie Steele Recognized for Research on Gender and Artificial Intelligence

A third-year Science and Technology Studies (STS) doctoral student at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has been awarded two distinct honors that reflect the growing importance of STS approaches to the field of artificial intelligence.

Jamie Steele received the Nancy Halverson Schless Fellowship from the American Philosophical Society. As one of this year’s Library and Museum Fellows, Steele will receive funding and residential access to the Society’s collections for her dissertation, “Enacting the Fantasy Woman: Gender and the Natural Language Processing AI Artifact,” which she is writing under the supervision of James Malazita, an assistant professor in STS.

The American Philosophical Society, the oldest learned society in the United States, was founded in 1743 by Benjamin Franklin for the purposes of “promoting useful knowledge.” In the 21st century, it serves to advance knowledge and promote

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