PreSonus Audio Electronics Inc. has been nominated for the TEC Foundation for Excellence in Audio’s Technical Excellence and Creativity Award.
The Baton Rouge company has four products in the running. The categories are: audio apps technology for smartphones and tablets for its QMix Wireless Aux-Mix Control Software for iPhone and iPod touch; computer audio hardware for its
AudioBox 1818VSL Advanced 18x18 USB 2.0 Recording System; small format console technology for its StudioLive 16.0.2 16x2 Performance and Recording Digital Mixer; and workstation technology for its Studio One Professional 2.
Deltech Corp., in Baton Rouge, qualified for the Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates’ ChemStewards Excellence Tier by exceeding key performance standards for the association’s environmental, health, safety and security program.
Wayne Miller, senior director of development at the LSU College of Human Sciences and Education, has attained the designation of Certified Fundraising Executive from CFRE International, based on requirements of professional practice, performance, education, service and a comprehensive examination.
LSU Continuing Education’s Certified Occupational Safety Specialist program has been named best non-credit program of 2012 by the University Professional & Continuing Education Association’s South Chapter.
COSS is an intensive, 40-hour certification course for employees responsible for the health and safety of their coworkers.
W. Henson Moore III will be honored as the 2012 LSU Law Center Distinguished Alumnus of the Year.
Distinguished Achievement awards are being presented to Elizabeth Foote, U.S. District Court judge for the Western District of Louisiana; Bonnie Foster Jackson, criminal court judge in the 19th Judicial District; C. Kris Kirkpatrick, a founding partner of the Long Law Firm; William Morrison Meyers, a member of the firm of Liskow & Lewis in Lake Charles for over 41 years and one OF the founders of its New Orleans office; and R. Patrick Vance, a partner at Jones Walker in New Orleans
Moore retired as president and CEO of American Forest & Paper Association and had been a partner in the Washington office of Bracewell & Patterson, a Houston law firm.
From 1975 to 1987, Moore represented the Sixth Congressional District of Louisiana in the U.S. House of Representatives where he served on several committees, including Energy and Commerce, Agriculture, Budget, and Ways and Means.
He was deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Energy from 1989 until 1992, when he became deputy chief of staff for President George H.W. Bush.
Entergy Corp. was named to the 2012/2013 Dow Jones Sustainability North America and World Indices and the 2012 Carbon Disclosure Leadership Index for its sustainable practices in the areas of economic, environmental and social performance in 2011.