Rice, Joseph

Rice, Joseph (Mayer)

(1857–1934) educational innovator; born in Philadelphia. A New York physician, he became an educational researcher, publishing a major study, The Public School System of the United States (1893). He also reported public schools' standardized test results as editor of the Forum (1897–1907) and founded the Society of Educational Research (1903).
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A conference paper on this subject, entitled "Quantitative Elastic-Property Information with Acoustic AFM: Measurements and Modeling," by NIST's Donna Hurley and Paul Rice, Joseph Turner (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) and Joshua Wiehn (former Nebraska graduate student), was recently awarded Second Best Paper for the SPIE 2002 Symposium on NDE and Health Monitoring.
Juniors honored are: Raymond Barron, Kayla Boutin, Alexandra Buhler, Rachel Drywa, Alanna Goddard, Jenna Kucinskas, Rebecca Larrivee, Michael Lovett, Timothy Masiello, Caitlin Merchant, Amanda Morales, Brittany Neeland, Keagan Neeland, Ryan Normandin, Jill Nyren, Ashley Ostrem, Patrick Rice, Joseph Saporetti, Alyson Sherlock, Samantha Tekut and Elizabeth Walsh.