Ching-Shan Chou, Mathematics, received the National Science Foundation’s NSF Career Award for her work in mathematical biology. This is the top award NSF gives to outstanding junior faculty members whose work shows promise of significant ongoing contributions to their field.
Susan Petry, Dance, received the Raymond J. Hanley Award and will receive the $10,000 fellowship named in memory of the former Greater Columbus Arts Council president.
Randolph Roth, History, has been invited to serve as a member of the National Academy of Sciences Roundtable on Understanding Crime Trends in America.
Tim Berra, Arts and Sciences, Darwin and His Children: His Other Legacy (New York: Oxford University Press, 2013).
Brian Fry, Wexner Medical Center, and Jozef Raadschelders, Office of Academic Affairs, Mastering Public Administration: From Max Weber to Dwight Waldo (CQ Press/Sage, 2014).
John Gibbs, Psychology, Moral Development and Reality: Beyond the Theories of Kohlberg, Hoffman and Haidt (New York: Oxford University Press, 2013).
Hannibal Hamlin, English, The Bible in Shakespeare (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013).
Andrew Hudgins, English, The Joker: A Memoir (New York: Simon and Shuster, 2013).
Patti Brosnan and Azita Manouchehri, Teaching and Learning, have been awarded $1 million of an anticipated $3.5 million grant from the Institute of Education Sciences for “Read It Again! In Early Childhood Special Education.“ “Read It Again!” examines the efficacy of the program for children with disabilities enrolled in early childhood special education and their typically developing classmates over the academic year and during kindergarten.
Byrd Polar Research Center received a $32,160 grant from the National Film Preservation Foundation for the preservation of a unique film series used by Antarctic explorer Richard Byrd. The grant provides an opportunity to preserve and show unique footage shot in Antarctica during the early to mid-1930s.
Maria Palazzi, ACCAD, has been awarded a $28,000 grant from Women and Philanthropy in support of the summer program, “Digital Animation: A Technology Mentoring Program for Young Women.”
Vivek Chowdhary, OSUCCC – James, presented “Clinical-Community Relationships as a Pathway to Improve Health: Tools for Research and Evaluation,” during the Pathology Work in Progress Seminar Series, Ohio State, Columbus, Aug. 7.
Zhiwei Hu, Medicine, presented “Neovascular-Targeting Immunotherapy for Cancer and Other Angiogenesis-Dependent Diseases,” during the Immunology Seminar Program, Ohio State, Columbus, Sept. 3.
Kelly Johnson, Medicine, presented “Direct Effects of Keratinocyte Function During Skin Carcinogenesis and Wound Healing,” at the Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program Dissertation Defense, Ohio State, Columbus, Aug. 15.
Tatiana Oberyszyn, Medicine, presented “Men and Women Are Not Just from Different Planets; Prevention of Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer,” during the Pathology Work in Progress Seminar Series, Ohio State, Columbus, July 17.
Ian Sheldon and Minyu Zhou, Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics, presented “The Role of Intellectual Property Rights in Seed Technology Transfer through Trade: Evidence form U.S. Field Crop Exports,” at the IATRC Trade Policy Research and Analysis Symposium, Seville, Spain, July 2013.
Thaddeus Ezeji, Animal Sciences, “Fomenting Fermentation,” International Innovation Environment (August 2013), pp. 81-3.
Lynn Itagaki, English, “Crisis Temporalities: States of Emergency and the Gendered-Sexualized Logics of Asian Americans Abroad,” Feminist Formations (Summer 2013), pp. 194-218.
Colleen Kennedy, English, “The Globe Theatre: Shakespeare Lost and Found,” Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective (June 2013).
Henry Klaiber, Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics, “Developing General Equilibrium Benefit Analyses for Social Programs: An Introduction and Example,” Journal of Benefit-Cost Analysis, Vol. 3, No. 2, (July 2013), with Kerry Smith.
Jason Seligman, Office of Academic Affairs, “Using the Right Yardstick: Assessing Financial Lierac Measures by Way of Financial Well-Being,” Journal of Consumer Affairs (July 2013), with Maximilian Schmeiser.
Michael Bailey, Dentistry, received the Stazen Junior Faculty Award, which is presented annually to a faculty member who has shown exceptional promise in the research field.
Janet Box-Steffensmeier, Political Science, has been selected as the recipient of the 2013 Political Methodology Career Achievement Award by the Political Methodology Section of the American Political Science Association. This award recognizes an outstanding career of intellectual accomplishment and service to the profession in the field of Political Methodology.
Kursat Cinar, Political Science, received the 2013 Sabanci International Research Award from Sabanci University in Instanbul, Turkey. This award recognizes distinguished examples of fresh research with a view to engaging intellectual attention on Turkey’s role in the contemporary world.
Stuart Cooper, Engineering, was named recipient of the 2013 Chemistry of Thermoplastic Elastomers award for his outstanding research on the chemistry and microphase morphology of polyurethane multiblock polymers.
Ann Donahue, Office of Admissions, Newark, received the Life Member award from the Ohio Association of College Admission Counseling. This award recognizes Donahue’s significant participation and contribution to the activities of OACAC.
Michael Earley, Optometry, received the annual American Optometric Association Educator of the Year award.
Maurice Eastridge, Animal Sciences, was recognized with the Nutrition Professionals Inc. Applied Dairy Nutrition Award at the American Dairy Science Association Awards program. This award is presented to awardees that have made significant contributions to the dairy industry in the area of applied nutrition.
Liang-Shih Fan, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, received the 2013 AIChE R.H. Wilhem Award for his sustained and lasting contributions to multiphase reaction engineering and for his pioneering work on groundbreaking clean energy technologies.
Sylvan Frank, Milap Nahata, Marialice Bennet, Dennis McKay, Carol Camm and Christine Murphy, Pharmacy, were honored for their years of service to the College at the OSU Faculty Club in June. Each retiree received a plaque to commemorate their tenure at Ohio State.
Binnaz Lebleblicioglu, Dentistry, received the Postle Teaching Award in recognition of her outstanding accomplishments and her dedication to instruction for the college’s undergraduate, pre-doctoral and graduate students.
Steve Loerch, Animal Sciences, received the American Society of Animal Science Fellow Award in honor of his research. This award is presented to animal scientists for their excellent contributions to the animal industry.
Bernadette Melnyk, Nursing, was inducted as a 2013 American Association of Nurse Practitioner Fellow. AANP Fellows are selected based on outstanding contributions to clinical practice, research, education or policy.
Bin Ni, Medicine, received the 2013 Midwest Microbial Pathogenesis Conference Travel award.
Brad Steinmetz, Theatre, and Columbus architect Tim Lai will be honored this fall by World Stage Design 2013, a quadrennial celebration of international performance design, for their structure, “Willow Theatre.” They are winners of a design challenge that attracted more than 100 entries from two countries.
John Woodard, Ben Naman and Victor Long, Pharmacy, have received American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education pre-doctoral fellowships, which recognizes outstanding pre-doctoral students who have completed at least three semesters of graduate study to continue their studies and earn doctorates in the pharmaceutical sciences.
Burak Yilmaz, Dentistry, was awarded the Larry J. Peterson Young Educator’s Award, which honors a faculty member who has taught for one to three years and who has shown exceptional enthusiasm for teaching.
Tansel Yilmazer, Human Sciences, received the Emerging Scholar Award at the annual meeting of the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences.
Connie Zang, Office of Disability Services, Newark, received the 2013 Dick Maxwell Award for her outstanding contributions to the Office for Disability Services.
Katherine Kelley, Pharmacy, will serve as associate dean for curriculum and assessment, which will combine the focus of her former position as assistant dean for assessment and her new responsibilities as associate dean. She will be replacing retiring associate dean Sylvan Frank, Pharmacy.
Kevin Klingele, Medicine, was appointed chief of Orthopedics at Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
Daren Knoell, Pharmacy, will serve as pharmacy practice and administration division chair, replacing retiring division chair Milap Nahata, Medicine.
James Moore III, Educational Studies, will serve as a member of the Partnership Circle for Boys and Young Men of Color, created by CLASP. The partnership circle is a venue for national policy organizations, advocacy groups and researchers to discuss opportunities to influence policy to improve education, employment and health outcomes.