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November 1, 2006
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• Intercomp Co.'s (Minneapolis) Eric Peterson has been elected the 2006 Society of Allied Weight Engineers (SAWE) president. Peterson works at Intercomp Co. as sales manager for their complete line of weighing equipment serving the transportation and aerospace industries. Peterson is a 14-year member of the SAWE. He was awarded the title of Fellow in 2004 and received the Ed Payne award for Outstanding Young Engineer in 2001. He served as co-chairman of the Metrology Session for three years, international membership chairman from 2000 to 2002, international conference assessment committee chair from 2003 to 2004 and served as the international senior vice president.

• The Society of Women Engineers (SWE) installs Judith A. (Jude) Garzolini as its 44th president. Garzolini, a program manager for HP who began her term July 1, will serve as SWE president for one year. Previously, she held many elected and appointed offices within SWE, most recently serving on the board as president-elect, and previously as board secretary and national committee chair. A senior member of the Society, she joined SWE as a student at Wayne State University. As president, Garzolini's duties and responsibilities include representing SWE to the public and presiding over all meetings of the board of directors and membership. In addition, Garzolini will promote diversity within SWE and the broader profession.

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