Samstag, Oktober 29, 2005

The Late Show kicks off b-ball season with Jeff Wettach

Source: Chips.Luther.EduYou could have gone for the t-shirts. You could have gone for the free food. You could have even gone to support the basketball players. As long as you went, players and coaches alike were glad to see you out at The Late Show.

The event, which took place this past Friday in Regents Center, was a kick-off to the men’s and women’s basketball seasons.

The Late Show, formerly known as Midnight Madness, is now in its second year and features games for students and faculty along with prize drawings. The evening is rounded off with men’s and women’s scrimmages.

The evening ended with a scrimmage which featured two five-minute playing segments for both the men and women. Mediated by head track coach Jeff Wettach, the first points were put on the board by Andy Rump (‘06) and Danielle Heins (‘07), respectively.

It was a night of cartwheels, free t-shirts and slam dunks. Laurie Fritz (‘08) summed it up.

“Let’s just say the night was intense.”
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Dienstag, Oktober 25, 2005

Tom Wettach, intellectual property attorney, spoke at BAIRD conference on RFID

Source: RFID UpdateAt the conference, Tom Wettach, a top intellectual property attorney, noted that roughly 1,500 RFID patents have been issued since 1997. This suggests that the agreements reached to date with Intermec may only have scratched the surface. Intermec has 151 patents, which represents just 10% of the total patents, implying there is still a lot of IP to consider by the consortium and other entities.
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Dienstag, Oktober 18, 2005

Congrats: MBA for Chris Wettach

On May 20,2005, Medaille College, Buffalo, NY conferred an MBA upon Chris Wettach.

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