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Alumnus Gotoff Receives National Intelligence Honor

Alumnus Gotoff Receives National Intelligence Honor

ECE alumnus Steven Gotoff, B.S. '78 (zoology) and '82 (electrical engineering), has received a Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Fellows Award in recognition of his outstanding technical achievement within the intelligence community. Director John D. Negroponte was on hand to present the DNI Fellows Awards to Gotoff and nine other recipients on December 15, 2006.

Gotoff currently oversees technology development and fielding efforts for the Directorate of Measurement and Signature Intelligence and Technical Collection at the Defense Intelligence Agency.

This is the second year in a row a Clark School alumnus has been recognized with this award. In 2005, Dwight Williams, Ph.D. ’05, nuclear engineering, also was honored.

January 8, 2007

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