The Association of Rice Alumni (ARA) has awarded its top honor to Edward P. Djerejian, founding director of the Baker Institute, and Neal Lane, senior fellow in science and technology policy, for their contributions to the Rice University community.
Djerejian and Lane will receive the ARA Gold Medal, which recognizes Rice alumni, faculty, staff or friends who have rendered extraordinary service to the university. Each recipient has demonstrated outstanding service in promoting the ideals of the founder of the university; unusually deep dedication to and advancement of the academic excellence of the university; and uncommon generosity of time and means in support of the university.
Established in 1937, the Association of Rice Alumni's laureates program recognizes the contributions and accomplishments of outstanding Rice alumni and friends of the university.
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