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05/15/2005 - Terabyte Tidbits

Ray Hamel is Named 2005 Trustees' Medal Award Recipient
Dr. Ray Hamel, professor and chair of the Eastern Washington University Department of Computer Science, is the recipient of the 2005 Trustees' Medal Award. The Trustees' Medal Award honors teaching excellence, significant contributions to scholarship and research and accomplishments in the development of academic programs and curricula. The award consists of a bronze medallion and a $1,500 cash prize from the EWU Foundation.

Fifth Annual Hogan Business Plan Competition Winners Announced
The winners of the competition are as follows:
Student-generated (Business ventures based on original student ideas.)
1st Place ($10,000) - Original Lacrosse (Evan Castiglia, Ryan Leong, Drew Shemchuk; GU)
2nd Place ($5,000) - Medex (Tommy McWilliams, Ryan Lee; GU)
3rd Place ($2,500) - Experience Art (Christi Anne Hofland, Julia Bauler; GU)
Community-based (Business venture ideas originated by entrepreneurs in the community.)
1st Place ($7,500) - Remote Monitoring Technologies (Stacy Francis, Brad Herr, Chantel Lindquist, Mike McCarthy, Whitney Parsons; GU)
2nd Place ($3,500) - Al Hayek Arts (Bassam Al Hayek, Suman Polepaka, Tobias Mayer; Whitworth)
3rd Place ($1,500) - Vocere (Spencer Abel, Nick Foley, Brian McCarthy, Sean Stokke, Pardner Wynn; GU)
Social Enterprise (Nonprofit ventures.)
1st Place ($7,500) - Spokane County Community Market (Baraka Poulin, Shawn Wheeler, Chris Shellooe, Danielle Rankin, Kaitlin Vadla; GU)
2nd Place ($3,500) - Mentor Partnering Resource (Jordanna Chord; GU)
3rd Place ($1,500) - Sunset Dental Services (Marci Lynch, Emily Lynch, Gary Lynch; EWU)
Connect Northwest Hires Commercialization Expert as Director of Programs
Connect Northwest is pleased to announce that Dennis Leidall has recently been hired as Director of Programs for the organization. Previously with the UCSD Connect program in San Diego, Leidall has been Program Manager of the Center for Commercialization of Advanced Technology (CCAT) for the past two and a half years. CCAT is a $28M federally funded grant program designed to commercialize advanced technology for critical government needs by accelerating dual-use technologies for homeland security and defense. As Director of Programs, Leidall will work with numerous business and community partners to ensure that Connect Northwest programs complement and integrate with other initiatives. He will manage various Connect NW programs including the Investor Affiliate Program, Investor Workshops and Forums, Global Connect, and the Springboard Program.

"Choosing a Business Entity" Workshop for Entrepreneurs – Free
May 17th, 2005, Tuesday, from 12:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. at the Spokane SBA Training Room in the BIZStreet Resource Center, 801 West Riverside Avenue, Suite 240 on the second floor of the Spokane Regional Business Center. The Business Entity workshop is designed to compare the pros and cons of the different business entity types including sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability companies, and corporations. Understanding the restrictions, requirements and flexibility of the different entities will enable entrepreneurs to make a more informed decision about what structure to select when they start a business or to switch from one entity to another as their business grows. Preregister by calling 509-353-2811.

"ID Theft Forum for Small Businesses"- FREE
May 20th, Friday, from 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. at the Spokane SBA Training Room co-located with the BIZStreet Resource Center at 801 West Riverside Avenue, Suite 240 on the second floor of the Spokane Regional Business Center. The local Better Business Bureau will be facilitating an interactive forum addressing identity theft issues that affect small businesses. Forum topics will include: pre-screening of potential employees, shredding, PC protection, and current data-collecting do's and don'ts. Preregister to attend this free forum by calling SBA at 509-353-2811.

SCBA IP Section Presents "An Update On Spyware"
May 20, 2005 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the downtown Spokane Athletic Club in the Cutter Dining Room. The first SCBA IP Section CLE luncheon will feature Kraig Baker, a partner at Davis Wright Tremaine and redoubtable authority on legal issues pertaining to spyware, who will present "An Update on Spyware." Capacity will be limited so reserve today. Section Members $22, Non-Section Members $25, and Students only $17. Please RSVP to Renee Stewart at renees@prestongates.com and include your WSBA number if appropriate.

Forensic Experts to Expose the Realities of Crime Scene Investigation at “Eastern Edge: CSI Spokane”
Tuesday, May 24, 2005 --11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. Thanks to a series of hit “Crime Scene Investigation” television shows, “forensic scientist” is now on the list of things a high school student might say they want to be when they grow up. But, what do forensic scientists actually do? What kinds of careers are out there for them? Eastern Washington University, in partnership with the Spokane Area Economic Development Council, will present “Eastern Edge: CSI Spokane” at the Ridpath Hotel, W. 515 Sprague Avenue, Spokane.

The event will feature Sarah Keller, Ph.D., EWU professor of anthropology and consultant to detectives throughout the Inland Northwest, and Peter Bilous, Ph.D., EWU professor of forensic science. Forensic investigations aren't usually wrapped up in an hour by a couple of hot-shot detectives as seen on television. Keller will provide a behind-the-scenes look at investigation – focusing on her specialty of examining bone material and drawing from more than 30 years of experience investigating forensic cases. Bilous will draw from his biochemistry background to discuss the lab side of forensics, Eastern’s forensic science program and the benefits of the newly opened Washington State Patrol Regional Crime Lab on Eastern’s campus.

Cost is $10 per person. Open to the public. RSVP by Tue., May 17, by calling (509) 235-5034 or online at www.ewu.edu/easternedge. No refunds or cancellations after Fri., May 20.

Technology Solutions Workshop
June 1, 2005, Wednesday, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm at The Davenport Hotel. Registration and a Davenport Continental Breakfast begin at 8:30am. A Workshop sponsored by Microsoft and HP will be presented by Romney & Associates and Resource Computing showing local businesses how to use the latest technology to their advantage. The Workshop will address problems faced by every business, large or small. Issues such as remote access to business information, ensuring critical business data is safely stored, managing email, managing relationships with customers and suppliers and Internet security threats. Bob Romney, Romney & Associates will be presenting technology solutions that have helped business owners deal effectively with these and other similar problems Jeff Sale from HP Services, will discuss the HP partnership with Microsoft aimed at helping small- and medium-sized businesses better utilize technology.

To register contact Denise DeMello at (509) 252-3515 or ddemello@rescomp.com. You may also register online using Event Code 102850 at www.clicktoattend.com.

“Angel Groups in Action: Funding Early Stage Innovation”
June 1, 2005, Wednesday, 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. MIT Enterprise Forum presents the June global broadcast program, “Angel Groups in Action: Funding Early Stage Innovation,” at Gonzaga University, Foley Teleconference Center. The MIT Enterprise Forum, Inc. presents a rare insider’s look into the ever increasing role of Angel Investing in early stage technologies. Featuring a panel of experts from across the country, “Angel Groups in Action” will close the knowledge gap between entrepreneurs and the tech community and the practices and principles of angel investing. Featured panelists include Ed Roberts ’57, MIT Sloan School of Management Professor and Founder of the MIT Entrepreneurship Center; James Geshwiler GM ’00, Chairman of the Angel Capital Association and Managing Director of CommonAngels; and Dan Roach (moderator), of Brown & Brown LLP. Register online at http://www.mitenterpriseforum.org or contact Jim Roberts, 509-869-0238.



 
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