Cambridge Who’s Who Publishing, Inc. Launches An Unprecedented New Teleseminar Series

April 16th, 2008


Landmark String of Engagements Links Cambridge Who’s Who Members with Success Coach and Best-Selling Author Mike Litman

Uniondale, NY, April 10, 2008 – Cambridge Who’s Who Publishing, Inc. is excited to announce a new benefit for its members, the 2008 Teleseminar Series. The program was created to provide useful information that will help participants achieve success in their personal and professional endeavors. The major themes that will be addressed in these teleseminars are effective personal branding, the power of networking and business building. These core principles are valuable to Cambridge Who’s Who members in every profession and at all stages of their careers.

This evening, at 9:00 PM Eastern Standard Time, 200 Cambridge Who’s Who members will participate in the first one-hour long teleseminar entitled “Million Dollar Networking Strategies for the 21st Century.” The presentation, which is free to members who pre-registered, will feature proven success coach, best-selling author and multi-millionaire Mike Litman as guest speaker. On the conference call, he will share his success tips and goal setting techniques to help subscribers develop their personal brand, achieve business growth and expand their professional network.

Following the teleseminars, participants will be invited to join Cambridge Who’s Who Connect, a networking site where members can share information with each other and continue discussions sparked by the teleseminar series. Cambridge will also post excerpts of the teleseminars on the Cambridge Who’s Who Resource Center, a place for members and non-members to gather information and seek advice on popular topics including online networking, starting your own company, marketing your products and services and making yourself into a valuable contact. A content-rich site, the Cambridge Who’s Who Resource Center gives Cambridge Who’s Who members an opportunity to establish themselves as leaders in their industries and professions online through its contributing author program.

“By strengthening the value proposition of Cambridge Who’s Who membership with services like the teleseminar series, we hope that members will make Cambridge their primary resource for how-to and reference information,” says Erica Lee, Chief Operating Officer of Cambridge Who’s Who Publishing, Inc. She continues, “In the future, we would love to see members who have already distinguished themselves as experts lead one of our teleseminars. What better way to build your brand and position yourself as an authority in your field than to address an audience of your peers.”

Cambridge Who’s Who Publishing, Inc. is committed to delivering the highest quality networking resources for relationship building, job recruitment, career enhancement and new business development. In accordance with this mission, Cambridge Who’s Who Publishing, Inc. is proud to present the 2008 Teleseminar Series.

About Cambridge Who’s Who Publishing Inc.
Cambridge Who’s Who is an invitation-only network comprised of over 200,000 executives, professionals and entrepreneurs who have demonstrated leadership and achievement in their industry and occupation. Cambridge Who’s Who membership provides individuals with a valuable third party endorsement of their accomplishments and gives them the tools needed to gain competitive edge and strategic positioning within their profession by helping them to brand themselves and their businesses effectively. It also facilitates networking among a diverse group of professionals at various stages of their careers. For more information about Cambridge Who’s Who, see www.cambridgewhoswho.com.

About Mike Litman
Mike Litman is the #1 best-selling author of Conversations with Millionaires. Over the last six years, he has coached over a quarter million business owners, showing them how to improve themselves and build their businesses better and faster. He is a nationally recognized networking expert and Cambridge Who’s Who Publishing, Inc. is excited to present his proven strategies for success to its members.
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E. Dorrit Hoffleit, Ph.D. Remembered by Cambridge Who’s Who for her Contributions to the Field of Astronomy

April 23rd, 2007

Cambridge Honors Hoffleit
NEW YORK-April 19, 2007 – E. Dorrit Hoffleit, Ph.D. (March 12, 1907 – April 9, 2007) was a world-renowned astronomer, and an expert on variable stars, astrometry, and the history of astronomy. She wrote The Bright Star Catalogue, a compendium of information on the 9,110 brightest stars in the sky. Now in its fifth revision, her work on the catalogue remains a valuable reference to astronomers. She also co-authored The General Catalogue of Trigonometric Stellar Parallaxes, which contains precise distance measurements to 8,112 stars. In 1988, minor planet 3416 was named “Dorrit” in her honor.

E. Dorrit Hoffleit began her astronomical career in 1929 as a research assistant at Harvard University’s Observatory and soon became an expert at spectroscopically determining the absolute brightness of stars. In 1943, she joined the Ballistic Research Lab at Aberdeen Proving Ground where she computed missile trajectories. In 1956, after 25 years at Harvard, Dr. Hoffleit went to Yale to run its star cataloging program. She was also director of the Maria Mitchell Observatory, Nantucket, from 1957-1978. Under her mentorship, 11 women in the observatory’s summer research program went on to earn doctorate degrees in astronomy, and collectively they discovered over 1,000 new variable stars.

Cambridge Who's Who HonoreeDuring her career, Hoffleit wrote hundreds of articles on astronomy. In 1988, she was awarded the George Van Biesbroeck Prize for a lifetime of service to astronomy. In 1993, she was the recipient of the Annenberg Award for Science Education. In 1998, she was inducted into the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame.

E. Dorrit Hoffleit received her D.Sc. from Central Connecticut State University (1998); D.Sc., from Smith College (1984); Ph.D. in astronomy from Radcliffe College (1938) and her bachelor of arts in mathematics, cum laude, from Radcliffe College (1928).

About Cambridge Who’s Who

The Cambridge Who’s Who mission is to provide its 200,000 members with recognition, support and credibility to advance their careers. Cambridge Who’s Who is committed to delivering the highest-quality networking resource, for job recruitment, career enhancement and new business development. See who’s making news at http://cambridgewhoswho.com.

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David Burstein, Ph.D. named Cambridge Who’s Who Professional of the Year in Astronomy and Astrophysics

April 19th, 2007

Cambridge Who's Who and ASU

Cambridge Who's Who Professional of the Year
David Burstein, Ph.D. named Cambridge Who’s Who Professional of the Year in Astronomy and Astrophysics

Tempe, AZ …April 19, 2007 — David Burstein, Ph.D., Professor of Arizona State University has been named Cambridge Who’s Who Professional of the Year in Astronomy and Astrophysics. While inclusion in Cambridge Who’s Who is an honor, only one member in each discipline is named the Cambridge Who’s Who Professional of the Year. The Cambridge Who’s Who selection committee hand picks these special Who’s Who honorees based on accomplishments, academic achievement, leadership, and service.

Burstein has an impressive background in astronomy and astrophysics. As professor of Arizona State University, he teaches and research on galaxies, star population cosmology, and general clusters. His work ranges from studies of stars and the distribution of dust in our own galaxy, to the stellar populations of other galaxies, to the physical structures of galaxies, to the large-scale structure of the universe as defined by galaxies.

Burstein received his Ph.D. in astronomy and astrophysics from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1978, and his bachelor of arts in physics from Wesleyan University in 1969. Burstein is former president of Academic Assembly at Arizona State University, fellow of World Innovation Foundation and a member of American Astronomical Society, Astronomical Society of the Pacific and International Astronomy Union. He speaks publicly on research-related subjects, and is one of seven authors of “21st Century Astronomy.” Burstein was awarded the Medal of Freedom from the American Biographical Institute.

About Cambridge Who’s Who
The mission of Cambridge Who’s Who is to ensure that Cambridge members receive recognition, support and credibility to advance their careers. Cambridge Who’s Who is also committed to delivering the highest quality networking resource for job recruitment, career enhancement and new business development.

Cambridge Who’s Who members have exclusive access to the biographical information of more than 200,000 successful executives, professionals and entrepreneurs at www.cambridgewhoswho.com, where they use the database to share information, knowledge and services. Communication via the Cambridge Who’s Who registry travels in two directions, enabling Cambridge Who’s Who members to reach out when they have a business need or opportunity as well as receive information on exciting new ventures.

Contact:
Ellen Campbell
Director of Media Relations
mediarelations@cambridgewhoswho.com

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