FACULTY & STAFF
Harvey Graff, History, was a featured interview in “Harvey Graff on Interdisciplinarity,” News of the National Humanities Center (Spring/Summer 2014), pp. 8-9.
Ivo Herzog, Mathematics, was awarded a Fulbright-Masaryk University Distinguished Chair grant. He will be working on his project, “Categorical and Model Theoretic Methods in Representations Theory” in Prague February-June 2015.
Micah Berman, Law, was awarded a fellowship to participate in the Future of Public Health Law Education: Faculty Fellowship Program. The 10 fellows, chosen from across the country, will develop interdisciplinary courses and programs in public health law at their respective universities.
Bernadette Hanlon, Architecture, Global Migration: The Basics (New York: Routledge, 2014), with Thomas Vicino.
Jill Clark, Glenn School of Public Affairs, and Michael Betz, Education and Human Ecology, were awarded a $20,000 OSU Cares Seed Grant for “Producing Energy, Protecting Food: The Impact of Shale Energy Development on Food Access in Rural Communities.” The grant will be used to study how sudden increases in population due to shale gas development affect food access for original residents over the short and long term.
Mitch Lerner, History, is part of a CIC team that received a three-year $1 million grant from the Korea Foundation for the establishment of an e-class system related to Korea.
Dana McTigue, Medicine, and her team received a $1.5 million grant from the Craig H. Neilsen Foundation for the Wexner Medical Center Spinal Cord Injury Training Program.
Amanda Singrey, Pharmacy, was awarded a 2013-14 ASHP Pharmacy Resident Practice-Based Research grant.
Michelle Abate, Sexuality Studies, presented “‘Learning How to be the Boy or Girl that You Are’: ‘Me Tarzan, You Jane,’ the Crusade to ‘Cure’ LGBTQ Youth, and the New Face of the Ex-Gay Movement,” at the Sexuality Studies Faculty Lecture, Ohio State, Columbus, April 11.
Jared Gardner, English, presented “A Conversation with Lilli Carré,” at the Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, March 30.
Wendy Hesford, English, presented “Exceptional Children: Human Rights Rhetoric and Recognition Scenes,” at the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa., April 11.
Jonathan Holmes, English, presented “Simon Says: The Influence of Pope’s Taming of the Shrew on Other Eighteenth-Century Editions,” at the Shakespeare Association of America, St. Louis, Mo., April 10.
Colleen Kennedy, English, presented “Smelling Civet and Smoke: Odoriferous Bodies on the Early Modern Stage,” at the Shakespeare Association of America, St. Louis, Mo., April 10-12.
Jack Nasar, City and Regional Planning, presented “Case Study 2 Urban Environments; Non Visual Response,” at the Illuminating Engineering Society, Cleveland, April 6-8.
Dorothy Noyes, English, panel discussant, “Urban Festivals in the Colonial Americas,” at the 17th Annual Luso-Hispanic Symposium, Ohio State, Columbus, April 12.
Andrew Shelton, Arts and Humanities, presented “A Passion for Ingres,” at the Arts and Humanities Inaugural Lecture, Ohio State, Columbus, April 16.
Andrew Sydlik, English, presented “Fit for Freedom: Struggles with Disability and Racism in Nineteenth-Century African American Literature,” at the Multiple Perspectives Conference, Columbus, April 17.
Judy Wu, History, presented “Afro-Asian Love and Politics in the Era of Bandung and Viet Nam,” at the Arts and Humanities Inaugural Lecture, Ohio State, Columbus, April 1.
Angela Bryant, Sociology, “Evaluating the Impact of Community-Based Learning (CBL): Participatory Action Research (PAR) as a Model for Inside-Out,” Palgrave Series: Critical Studies in Community Engagement in Higher Education (2013), with Y. Payne.
Noah Dormady, Glenn School of Public Affairs, “Carbon Auctions, Energy Markets and Market Power: An Experimental Analysis,” Energy Economics (March 2014).
Ron Emoff, Music, “Mark Savoy;” “Christy Hengel” and “Accordion,” The New Grove Dictionary of American Music, 2nd edition (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013), edited by Charles Hiroshi.
Mitch Lerner, History, “‘We Must Bear a Good Deal of Responsibility for It’: The White House Tapes and the War in Vietnam,” Teaching the Vietnam War (University of Wisconsin Press, 2013).
Mary Lightbody, Education and Human Ecology, “The Uses and Applications of Science and Technology in Daily Life,” Passing the State Science Proficiency Tests: Essential Content for Elementary and Middle School Science Teachers (Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, 2013), edited by C.A. Wilson.
Dana Munteanu, Greek and Latin, “Plato’s Transformation of Undesirable Emotions: From Tragedy to Philosophy,”
A Journal for Philosophy and Interdisciplinary Research (2013).
Bradley Okdie, Psychology, “Have We All Just Become ‘Robo-Sapiens’? Reflections on Social Influence Processes in the Internet Age,” Psychological Inquiry (2013).
Jack Richardson, Art Education, “Dr. Phil, Medical Theaters, Freak Shows and Talking Couches: The Talking Stage as Pedagogical Site,” Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies (2014), Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 67-80, with Jennifer Eisenhauer.
J. Andrew Roberts, Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology, “Multimodal Signals Increase Active Space of Communication by Wolf Spiders in a Complex Litter Environment,” Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (September 2013), Vol. 67, No. 9, pp. 1471-82, with George Uetz, David Clark, Jeremy Gibson and Shira Gordon.
Gleb Tsipursky, History, “Conformism and Agency: Model Young Communists and the Komsomol Press in the Later Khrushchev Years, 1961-1964,” Europe-Asia Studies (September 2013), Vol. 65, No. 7, pp. 1396-1416.
Elizabeth Weiser, English, “Individual Identity/Collective History: Personalizing Essence in the Museum,” International Committee for Museology (ICOFOM) Study Series (2013).
John Byrd, Internal Medicine, has received national scientific recognition for his translational research investigating use of the drug ibrutinib in the treatment of chronic lymphocytic leukemia, at the 2014 Clincal Research Forum’s third annual Top 10 Research Achievement Awards.
Kristina Garvin, English, was awarded the Malcolm and Mildred Freiberg Fellowship from the Massachusetts Historical Society.
Ann Hamilton, Art, will be inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Letters. The honor of election is considered the highest formal recognition of artistic merit in the United States.
Megan Howard and Kenneth Blacks, Glenn School of Public Affairs, have been selected for the Presidential Management Fellow (PMF) class of 2014 finalists. The PMF program is a prestigious two-year paid government fellowship sponsored by the Office of Personnel Management for recent graduate students in a U.S. government agency.
Colleen Kennedy, English, received the Graduate Associative Teaching Award and the Edward J. Ray Travel Award for Scholarship and Service.
Julian Koenig, Psychology, received the American Psychosomatic Society 2014 Rising Star Young Investigator Award and the German College for Psychomatic Medicine 2014 Adolf-Ernst-Meyer Award for research on psychotherapy within the field of psychosomatic medicine.
David Ruderman, English, won the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism/Romantic Circles Pedagogy Course Contest for his class “Repetitions of the Romantic: An Investigation into Romantic and Post-Romantic Art.”
Joel Weaver, Dentistry, was the recipient of the 2014 Dental Alumni Society Distinguished Alumni Award. The award is presented annually to alumni who demonstrate good character and who have given outstanding service or other contributions to the College of Dentistry, to the fields of art and science or to organized dentistry.
Thomas Stewart, Business, was named the new executive director of the National Center for the Middle Market.