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Clarkson's Dana Barry Receives Her Ninth Apex Award For Publication Excellence
Dana M. Barry of Canton, technical writer and editor at Clarkson University’s Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP), has received an APEX 2004 Award for Publication Excellence.
This is the ninth consecutive time that Barry has won this award, which is based on editorial content and overall communications effectiveness and excellence. Her winning entry was the 2002-2003 CAMP Annual Report Newsletter. More than 5,500 entries were submitted to this year’s competition of which some 1600 awards were distributed in 109 subcategories of 11 major areas. APEX Awards are sponsored by Communications Concepts Inc. in Springfield, VA.
Barry, a certified professional chemist, is the president of Ansted University’s Scientific Board and a member of the National Science Teachers Association. She also serves on the editorial review board for The Chemist, a publication of the American Institute of Chemists and as an officer of the Northern New York Section of the American Chemical Society. She has organized three World First Space Missions and served as a visiting professor in Malaysia (2001), Japan (2002), and England (2003).Barry has received numerous professional honors and has authored over 100 professional publications including five books. In addition, Dana’s biographical profile is listed in the Outstanding Gale Reference Something About the Author (Volume 139, June 2003).