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Accolades: Abby Ilumoka and Ivana Milanovic; Lynne Kelly


Posted 12/21/2006
Category: Accolades
CETA faculty members Abby Ilumoka-Nwabuzor, professor of electrical and computer engineering, and Ivana Milanovic, associate professor of mechanical engineering, have been selected as finalists for the Connecticut Technology Council's 2007 Women of Innovation Awards.

The awards honor outstanding women leaders in technology, science, and engineering from across the state. The 50 finalists include educators, managers, researchers, students, CEOs, and business owners representing a variety of disciplines. See the complete list of finalists.

All of the finalists will be presented to the Connecticut technology community at the Council's third annual awards dinner on Jan. 25, 2007, to be held at the Waterview in Monroe, Conn. Winners in eight separate categories will be announced at that event.


Lynne Kelly, professor of communication, A&S, published an article called "Family Communication Patterns, Family Environment, and the Impact of Parental Alcoholism on Offspring Self-Esteem" in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, Vol. 23(4), 2006, pp. 655-671. She co-authored the article with Sripriya Rangarajan, who received a master's degree from the University of Hartford School of Communication, then went on to the University of Connecticut for a Ph.D., and is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at the University of Utah.
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