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Mrs. Daisy T. Wu

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President

Local Address: Detroit, Michigan, United States
The Shien-Ming Wu Foundation
 
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  • Founder
    The Shien-Ming Wu Foundation
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mediaOnline
www.media.gm.com, 9 April 2001 [cached]
The award was presented to Cowger by Mrs. Daisy T. Wu , director and president of the Shien-Ming Wu Foundation and Dwight D. Carlson , founder and former CEO of Perceptron , Inc. and member of the award selection committee at the 2001 Automotive Management Briefing Seminars in Traverse City.
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The nomination committee felt that it is most appropriate to honor Gary in the name of Sam's foundation , said Wu , speaking of her husband for whom the foundation is named.
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The Shien-Ming Wu Foundation , headquartered in Ann Arbor , Mich. , and established by Professor Wu's widow Daisy , is dedicated to carrying on the legacy of Professor Shien-Ming Wu by promoting research and education in manufacturing engineering.Currently , the foundation sponsors manufacturing research conferences and a biannual distinguished lecture series , as well as a scholarship program for students of manufacturing.
Professor Wu's work also continues through the S.M. Wu Manufacturing Research Center and the National Science Foundation Industry/University Cooperative Research Center he helped found at the University of Michigan in 1990.Sharing the same staff and laboratories , these two centers work to generate manufacturing innovations in partnership with industry and government.
To contribute to the Wu Foundation or learn more about its activities , contact : Mrs. Daisy T. Wu at the Shien-Ming Wu Foundation , 415 Riverview Drive , Ann Arbor , MI 48104 or contact Professor Jun Ni , director of the S.M. Wu Manufacturing Research Center.Information can also be found on the Internet at http : //www.wumrc.engin.umich.edu/.
General Motors ( NYSE : GM ) , the world's largest vehicle manufacturer , designs , builds and markets cars and trucks worldwide.GM also operates one of the largest and most successful financial services companies , GMAC , which offers automotive , mortgage and business financing and insurance services to customers worldwide.
In 2000 , GM earned $5 billion on sales of $183.3 billion.
Today's News
www.prnewswire.com, 6 Aug 2003 [cached]
Vice Chairman and Chief Technology Officer, was awarded today the 2003 Wu Manufacturing Leadership Award from the Shien-Ming Wu Foundation for his leadership and significant impact on the manufacturing industry. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20020315/DEF002LOGO ) Mrs. Daisy T. Wu, president of the Shien-Ming Wu Foundation, and Dwight D. Carlson, chairman of Onset and member of the award selection committee, presented Runkle with the award at the University of Michigan Automotive Management Briefing Seminars in Traverse City, Mich. "Mr.
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Known symbolically as "The Camel Award," Mrs. Wu selected the camel to represent the award because of the animal's courage, perseverance, resourcefulness and sense of direction in a harsh environment -- the same leadership characteristics that a recipient must exemplify in his/her own company.
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For more than 30 years, Wu devoted his life to the research and teaching of manufacturing science and engineering.Wu mentored more than 200 doctoral and master's students in manufacturing engineering.Approximately one-quarter of the active faculty in the area of manufacturing theory in the United States traces their educational lineage to Professor Wu.Professor Wu spent 25 years teaching at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and five years at the University of Michigan as the Professor of Manufacturing Technology.
Investor Facts
www.corporate-ir.net, 6 Aug 2003 [cached]
Mrs. Daisy T. Wu, president of the Shien-Ming Wu Foundation, and Dwight D. Carlson, chairman of Onset and member of the award selection committee, presented Runkle with the award at the University of Michigan Automotive Management Briefing Seminars in Traverse City, Mich.
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Known symbolically as "The Camel Award," Mrs. Wu selected the camel to represent the award because of the animal's courage, perseverance, resourcefulness and sense of direction in a harsh environment -- the same leadership characteristics that a recipient must exemplify in his/her own company.
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For more than 30 years, Wu devoted his life to the research and teaching of manufacturing science and engineering.Wu mentored more than 200 doctoral and master's students in manufacturing engineering.Approximately one-quarter of the active faculty in the area of manufacturing theory in the United States traces their educational lineage to Professor Wu.Professor Wu spent 25 years teaching at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and five years at the University of Michigan as the Professor of Manufacturing Technology.
Delphi - Investor Relations - Press Releases
investor.delphi.com, 6 Aug 2003 [cached]
Mrs. Daisy T. Wu, president of the Shien-Ming Wu Foundation, and Dwight D. Carlson, chairman of Onset and member of the award selection committee, presented Runkle with the award at the University of Michigan Automotive Management Briefing Seminars in Traverse City, Mich.
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Known symbolically as "The Camel Award," Mrs. Wu selected the camel to represent the award because of the animal's courage, perseverance, resourcefulness and sense of direction in a harsh environment -- the same leadership characteristics that a recipient must exemplify in his/her own company.
Today's News
www.prnewswire.com, 7 Aug 2002 [cached]
The award was presented here at the Management Briefing Seminars today to Yoshino by Daisy T. Wu, president of the Shien-Ming Wu Foundation, and Joseph C. Day, chairman and CEO of Freudenberg-NOK, who serves as a previous recipient of the award on the foundation's award nomination committee.
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"Mr. Hiroyuki Yoshino exemplifies the manufacturing leadership we need in the increasingly global business world," said Daisy T. Wu."His belief in innovative research and in applying the research results in practice to improve manufacturing process, as well as his commitment to environmental engineering resonates the fundamental philosophy of Sam Wu, who believed in continuous innovation and improvement in the manufacturing process to enhance the quality of human life."
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Surely, this must be the true legacy of Professor Wu."
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Today, approximately one-quarter of the active faculty in the area of manufacturing engineering in the U.S. trace their educational lineage to Professor Wu.
The Shien-Ming Wu Foundation, established by Professor Wu's widow Daisy, is dedicated to carrying on the legacy of Professor Shien-Ming Wu by promoting research and education in manufacturing engineering.
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To contribute to the Wu Foundation or learn more about its activities, contact: Mrs. Daisy T. Wu at the Shien-Ming Wu Foundation, 415 Riverview Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48104 or contact Professor Jun Ni, director of the S.M. Wu Manufacturing Research Center.
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