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THURSDAY, 13 FEBRUARY 2014 12:55 PM

Jorge Titinger wins one of the CEO World Awards

 Jorge Titinger (PC YR 5/1980, Peru), president and chief executive officer of SGI, has been announced as one of the winners in the prestigious CEO World Awards program. The annual CEO World Awards program encompasses the world's best in leadership, innovation, organizational performance, new products and services. Jorge was named CEO of the World in the Operational Effective Category.

More than 30 judges from a broad spectrum of industry voices from around the world and over 200 CEOs participated. Their average scores determined the 2013 CEO World Award winners.

"It is an honor to be named by the CEO World Awards organization and earn this peer recognition," said Jorge Titinger, president and CEO of SGI. "I accept this award on behalf of the entire SGI team for their commitment and achievement in the high performance computing and big data industries. We look forward to continuing to deliver solutions that enable our customers to push the limits of discovery, innovation and cutting-edge results in 2014 and beyond."

With over 25 years of experience in the high tech industry, Jorge has held positions of increasing responsibility at companies like Hewlett-Packard, MIPS Computer Systems, Inc. and Silicon Graphics, Inc. Since joining SGI as president, chief executive officer and director in February 2012, Jorge has brought a results-oriented leadership style and the ability to think strategically, driving forward SGI's track record of innovation and growth.

As reported by SGI 

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THURSDAY, 13 FEBRUARY 2014 10:22 AM

Cali Crampton and her work as coordinator of the Kauai Forest Bird Recovery Program

Lisa 'Cali' Crampton (PC YR 12/1987, Canada) is an ecologist who has studied birds, bats, snakes and chipmunks. Currently she is coordinator of the Kauai Forest Bird Recovery Project, which primarily focuses on research and recovery of three federally endangered species on the Island of Kauai, Hawaii. There are fewer than 1,000 each of the three native songbirds, the Puaiohi, Akikiki and Akekee. Crampton and her team are involved in research, management and outreach. READ MORE
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MONDAY, 10 FEBRUARY 2014 6:35 PM

Corey Bradshaw discusses emerging approaches to conservation

Corey Bradshaw (PC YR 14/1989, Canada), was recently interviewed for Mongabay.com, one of the world's most popular environmental science and conservation news sites. Mongabay has a new series on Innovation in Tropical Forest Conservation, that aims to highlight solutions to the crisis through short interviews with some of the world's leading conservation scientists, practitioners, and thinkers about new and emerging approaches to conservation. READ MORE
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