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Academic elected to OASIS board

University of California at Berkeley professor Robert Glushko will serve as the lone academic on the board of the standards body.

The members of the Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards, or OASIS, elected University of California at Berkeley adjunct professor Robert Glushko to the group's board of directors. Glushko, whose term expires in July 2006, fills a seat vacated by Intel in November and is the lone academic on a board dominated by companies including Oracle, IBM, Microsoft, BEA Systems, Fujitsu Software, Sun Microsystems, Nokia and Hewlett-Packard.

Before teaching at UC Berkeley, Glushko co-founded Passage Systems, in 1992, and Veo Systems in 1997. Commerce One acquired Veo in 1999 and named Glushko an engineering fellow the following year.