A report of honors, awards, offices and other outstanding achievements of faculty and staff members. John C. Chato, professor of electrical, mechanical and bioengineering in the department of mechanical and industrial engineering, will present the keynote address at the 1995 Congress of the French Society of Thermal Engineers and Scientists in Poitiers, France. The title of his talk is "The Quest for the Perfect Biological Temperature Measurement." Chato also will travel to the Technion in Israel to present a seminar on thermal problems in bioengineering. James A. Gentry, professor of finance, received the first Educator Award from the UI Alumni Association. Gentry was cited for his "extraordinary effort" to recognize his students' personal abilities and to help them improve. Nominations for the award were solicited from students chosen for Senior 100, which honors graduating seniors for both leadership and scholarship. Nelly S. Gonzalez, head of Latin American library services, received the 1995 Jose Toribio Medina Award from the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials. The award recognizes outstanding contributions to the field of Latin American Studies by a seminar member. Gonzalez won the award for her 1994 publication "Bibliographic Guide to Gabriel Garcia Marquez, 1986-1992." Kim Rotzoll, dean of the College of Communications, gave the commencement address at the School of Communication at Pennsylvania State University on May 13. He also spoke on "Advertising and Ethics"at Shippensburg (Pa.) University's University Day in March. L. Brian Stauffer, visiting extension specialist of photography, received a Bronze Award for black-and-white photography from the Critique and Awards Program of Agricultural Communicators in Education. He also was awarded a Gold Award for designing the 1994 Farm Income Tax School book cover.