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The information super highway has enabled interns, volunteers and staff to work on this page via telecommuting as well as on-site activities. We are constantly surprised with the advanced technical luggage of interns and volunteers. Today it is common practice to be sure they have the flexibility to focus on and succeed with their challenges. We are pleased to acknowledge them.

  Herman Alderman, 1998 Smithsonian Volunteer: City College of New York, University of Idaho, Nuclear Engineering and Reactor Physics. Challenges: Biographical Sketches within the chip collection.

  Bailey Ball, 2007-08 Smithsonian Intern, University of Maryland, College Park (BA History) & Baltimore County (MA Historical Studies) Challenges: Literal Transcription: Auto-Sembly Process aka Signal Corps Process of Stanislaus (Stan) Francis Danko.

  Nance L. Briscoe, 1984 -present, Smithsonian Staff: NMAH, Information Technology & Society, Specialist Solid-State and Intern/Volunteer Supervisor for the chip collection. Challenges: Selecting & managing the chip collection and Webmaster of this site.

  Erik Ellis, 1998 Smithsonian Intern: Walla Walla College, Washington and Bachelor of Arts Humanities/History. Challenges: Object numbering, finding aids for project files, manufacturing and processing, product evaluations and analysis.

  Isaac Foster, 2000 Smithsonian Intern: Walt Whitman High School Senior, Maryland. Challenges: Digitally salvaging the stories of Silicon Valley, specifically, Don C. Hoefler's MICROELECTRONICS NEWS 1975-1986.

  Clare Frost, 2002 Smithsonian Intern/Volunteer: James Madison High School Senior, Vienna, Virginia. Challenges: Collections Management in the history of integrated circuits; continuing support documentation for the ICE Collection Series 16 Project Files and Series 17 Litigation. 1976-1986.

  David Georgen, 1998 Smithsonian Intern: Marshall High School, Falls Church, VA. Challenges: Assistance and team development of WWW template, design and graphics.

  Vishal S. Greenaway, 1997 Smithsonian Intern: Don Bosco High School, New York. Challenges: Texas Instruments Collection, data entry and editing.

  Lt. Matthew L. Hamilton, 1998 Smithsonian Volunteer: United States Navy. Challenges: Image organization, WWW layout, editing and loading.

  Robert S. Harding, Smithsonian Staff, retired: NMAH, Archives Center, Senior Archivist & Head of the Manuscript Collections. Challenges: Co-Author of Archives Center Integrated Circuit Engineering Collection Finding Aid.

  Arn Jacobsen, 2002 Smithsonian Intern/Volunteer: Eastern Michigan University, Bachelor of Science - History. Challenges: Collections Management in the history of integrated circuits; continuing support documentation for the ICE Collection Series 16 Project Files and Series 17 Litigation. 1976-1986.

  Frank H. Jaeger, 1999 Volunteer: Stevens Institute of Technology, Master of Science - Metallurgy. Challenges: Assistance in organizing 15 of 30 years in the history of integrated circuits, including SOCRATES - a transcription.

  Howard Jenerick, 1998 Smithsonian Volunteer: Illinois Institute of Technology 1942, WWII Naval Aviator, University of Chicago 1951. Challenges: Chip identification, cross reference for the DANKO Collection.

  Gale D. Kaufmann, 1998 Smithsonian Volunteer since 1983: Occidental College, Bachelors in Political Science; UCLA, Public Administration 1955. Challenges: Organization of images, object numbering & collection provenance.

  David A. Leiman, 2000 Smithsonian Intern: Center for Museum Studies, The George Washington University. Challenges: Digital photography of the Texas Instruments Collections, 100's of objects in a variety of positions for research support.

  Suzanne Lewis, 1998-99 Smithsonian Intern: Center for Museum Studies, The George Washington University; University of Cape Town, South Africa, Bachelor of Arts/History. Challenges: Collections Management in the history of integrated circuits and developing & maintaining support documentation.

  Kristine S. Mauger, 1998 Smithsonian Intern: Malone College, Canton, Ohio; preparing for Bachelor of Arts/Interdisciplinary Social Sciences. Challenges: Assisting with HTML code manipulation and editing, organizing chip biographies.

  Heather McClung, 1998 Smithsonian Volunteer-Intern: Marshall University Bachelor of Arts/History. Challenges: Solid-State US Patents, conservation and archival support, litigation cross referencing.

  Lance Miller, 1998 Smithsonian Intern: Coronado High School, El Paso, Texas.Challenges: WWW page code proofing.

  Frank Murphy, 1999 Smithsonian Intern: Bloomsburg University, Pennsylvania; Bachelor of Arts/History. Challenges: Completion of HTML coding and image organization of Solid-State US Patents.

  Sherman L. Naidorf, 1999 Smithsonian Volunteer: University of Missouri, 1952 Bachelor of Science Business Public Administration, Assistant Deputy Assistant Secretary for Telecommunications for Dept. of Veterans Affairs (ADAS), 1993. Challenges: Microscopic identification of exposed die and tracking chip art.

  Emily J. Neilan, 1998 Smithsonian Intern: Arizona State University, Public History and US History, Master of Arts. Challenges: Product evaluation and analyses research, object numbering, archival tracking and re-housing.

  Amber Quinones, 2002 Smithsonian Intern/Volunteer: Mary Carroll High School Junior, Corpus Christi, Texas Challenges: Collections Management in the history of integrated circuits; continuing support documentation for the ICE Collection Series 16 Project Files and Series 17 Litigation. 1976-1986.

  David Rabinowitz, PhD; 1999 Smithsonian Volunteer: Oregon State University - ECE; Hewlett-Packard. Challenges: Programming, development of and instruction in HTML code, preserving the integrity of chip technology and hardware support techniques.

  Pam Reese, 1998 Smithsonian Intern: Weber State University, Ogdon, Utah; Bachelor of Science/Public History. Challenges: Motorola v Fairchild Trade Secret Litigation finding aid, re-housing and organization.

  John Riegel, 2000 Smithsonian Intern: The John Glenn Institute, Ohio State University - majoring in History & Psychology. Challenges: Assistance in organizing 10 years in the history of integrated circuits and chip art research.

  Michael C. Scalia, 2000 Smithsonian Intern: Center for Museum Studies, The George Washington University. Challenges: Digital photography of the Texas Instruments Collections, 100's of objects in a variety of positions for research support.

  Michelle Senese, 1996 Smithsonian Intern: Illinois State University, Bachelor of Science/Anthropology. Challenges: Location tracking, finding aids and image organization.

  Michael P. “Sparky” Terry, 2002 Smithsonian Volunteer: Retired Navy Chief Radioman & Civil Service career in radio spectrum management. Challenges: digital preservation, transcriptions, and integrated circuits documentation & oral histories. ( 2002 to 2008 Operation of Amateur Radio Station NN3SI as part of the Information Age Exhibit.)

  Josephine Tolosa, 2002 Smithsonian Intern/Volunteer: Communication Arts at the Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines. Challenges: Collections Management in the history of integrated circuits; continuing support documentation for the ICE Collection Series 16 Project Files and Series 17 Litigation. 1976-1986.

  Josh Torrance, 1998 Smithsonian Intern: University of Indiana at Pennsylvania, Master of Arts/Public History; Cooperstown, New York. Challenges: Initial outline finding aid, manufacturing facilities, and project files.

  Philip Wallach, 2000 Smithsonian Intern: Shaker Heights High School Senior, Ohio. Challenges: Digitally salvaging the stories of Silicon Valley, specifically, Don C. Hoefler's MICROELECTRONICS NEWS 1975-1986.

  Sharon A. Varnum, 2000 Smithsonian Intern: Center for Museum Studies, The George Washington University; University of Missouri, Bachelor Arts/History. Challenges: Assistance in organizing 10 years in the history of integrated circuits and chip art research.

  Patrick Ymele-Leki, 2000 Smithsonian Intern: Montgomery College - The Paul Peck Humanities Institute, Maryland - majoring in Chemical Engineering. Challenges: Texas Instruments Collection, digital photography, data entry and editing and chip art design panels.



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