Gilles Bousquet, dean of international studies, UW-Madison. Bousquet is a professor of French and chair of the Department of French and Italian, director of the Capstone Professional French Masters Program, founding director of the Center for Inter- disciplinary French Studies, and co-director of the School of Business' French-Business Summer Internship Program.
Kenneth R. Bothof, director of intercollegiate athletics, UW- Green Bay. Bothof was associate athletic director-external operations at Saint Louis University.
Kenna Christians, assistant chancellor for advancement at UW- La Crosse and president of the UW-La Crosse Foundation. She was vice president for institutional advancement at Viterbo University.
Erik Christianson, acting director of communications, UW System. He was news and publications editor.
Randy F. Cray, Wisconsin Department of Revenue Forecast Advisory Council. Cray is a professor of economics and director of the Central Wisconsin Economic Research Bureau at UW-Stevens Point.
Arthur B. Ellis, head of the chemistry division of the National Science Foundation. Ellis is the Meloche-Bascom Professor of Chemistry at UW-Madison and will take a two-year leave of absence from the university starting in July.
Beth Heuer, director of affirmative action, UW-Oshkosh. She was the university's interim affirmative action director and associate director of career services.
Eden Inoway-Ronnie, executive assistant to the provost, UW- Madison. Inoway-Ronnie was an academic planner in the provost's office.
Thomas Keefe, president of the UW-Oshkosh Foundation and executive director of development, UW-Oshkosh. Keefe was executive director of the Catholic Aid Foundation in St. Paul, Minn.
Michael Knetter, dean of the School of Business, UW-Madison. Knetter was an international economics professor and associate dean of the Amos Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.
John Macek, executive director of University Health and Counseling Services, UW-Whitewater. Macek was chief executive officer of a mental health authority in Midland, Mich.
Cora B. Marrett, appointed to the Wisconsin International Trade Council by Gov. Scott McCallum. Marrett is senior vice president for academic affairs at UW System.
Lloyd Smith, director of the Genome Center of Wisconsin, UW-Madison. Smith is a professor of chemistry and co-founder of Third Wave Technologies, Inc.
Jeff Behm and Thomas C. Pleger, 2001 Lapham Research Medals from the Wisconsin Archaeological Society. Behm is an associate professor of anthropology at UW- Oshkosh, and Pleger is an assistant professor of anthropology/ archaeology at UW-Fox Valley.
Jeannie Harms, UW-Eau Claire, Advising Excellence Award from the Wisconsin Academic Advising Association. Harms is an academic advisor in academic and career services and the first winner of this award.
Stephen Hintz, UW-Oshkosh, International City/County Management Association Academic Award. Hintz, who retired from UW Oshkosh last year after 29 years as a faculty member, was honored for developing UW-Oshkosh's non-traditional master of public administration program.
Hamid Milani, UW-Marathon County, was elected president of the Wisconsin Economics Association. Milani is a professor of economics.
Marsha Mailick Seltzer, UW- Madison, 2001 Distinguished Research Award from The Arc of the United States. Seltzer, professor of social work and acting director of the Waisman Center, was honored for her research in understanding and improving the social status, living conditions and social supports for people with mental retardation and their families.
William Spofford, director of the study abroad programs at UW-Platteville, was honored in Westminster Cathedral in London by the University of Surrey with an honorary degree (Master of the University honoris causa).
Jim Stratton, UW-Madison, elected president of the Inter-national Personnel Management Association, a nonprofit membership organization for agencies and individuals in the human resources field. Stratton is director of the classified personnel office.
UW-Eau Claire, accreditation from the Computer Science Accreditation Commission for its computer science program. The program is the only CSAC accredited baccalaureate computer science program in Wisconsin.
UW Learning Innovations, certificate of excellence from the University Continuing Education Association Region IV, for being an exemplary program in continuing education student services.
UW-Platteville, reaccreditation from the Accreditation Board for Engineering & Technology for programs in civil, electrical, industrial and mechanical engineering and accreditation for programs in environmental engineering (established 1997) and engineering physics (established 1996).
John G. Webster, UW-Madison, Career Achievement Award from the 2001 Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Webster, professor of biomedical engineering, received the award at the society's annual conference in Istanbul in October. The award is the society's highest honor.
Mareda Weiss, UW-Madison, Award for Outstanding Achieve-ment in Research Administration, the highest honor from the National Council of University Research Administrators. Weiss is an associate dean in the graduate school.