2013 Huber Fellows Announced
Debbie Guatelli-Steinberg, professor, anthropology; Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick, professor, communication; and, Gail McKoon, professor, psychology, have been selected
Joan N. Huber Faculty Fellows for 2013 recognizing their first-rate scholarship. The award honors Emeritus Professor Joan Huber, former dean of social and behavioral sciences and senior vice president for academic affairs and provost. Fellows, nominated by department chairs, receive a cash award of $6,000 per year for three years to further their research programs.
AGU Honors Ivan Mueller
The American Geophysical Union (AGU) has established the Ivan I. Mueller Award for Distinguished Service and Leadership in honor of Ivan Mueller, AGU fellow and professor emeritus, School of Earth Sciences, for major contributions to international programs that advanced geodesy over the past half century.
Speech and Hearing Science Professor Tapped for Erskine Fellowship
, professor, speech and hearing science, has been awarded
an Erskine Fellowship to teach in the Department of Communication Disorders at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, spring term 2013. Bourgeois is a top national figure in functional approaches to Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia. She also will present a keynote address at the Australian Alzheimer’s Association conference, May 15 in Hobart, Tasmania.
Women in Music Columbus held its annual scholarship auditions for advanced music study February 9. Four of the six winners were Ohio State School of Music students. First place: Katherine Petersen
, soprano; Chelsea Tanner
, flute. Second place: Chelsea Hart
, soprano. Third place: Cory Blais
Department of English Awards
, associate professor (Mansfield), won the 2013 Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) Outstanding Book Award for Technologies of Wonder: Rhetorical Practice in a Digital World
. Humanities Distinguished Professor and Chair Richard Dutton
received the 2012 Elizabeth Dietz Memorial Award from Studies in English Literature for the best publication on early modern studies for his Oxford Handbook of Early Modern Theatre
. Jared Gardner
, professor, awarded the ECSCOhost-RSAP Book Prize for the best book published over the past two years in the field of American periodical studies, The Rise and Fall of Early American Magazine Culture
. Humanities Distinguished Professor Cindy Selfe
, with Gail Hawisher
(University of Illinois) and Patrick Berry
(Syracuse University) won the 2013 Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) Research Impact Award for their book, Transnational Literate Lives in Digital Times
. The Rhetoric, Composition, and Literacy team of Susan Delagrange
; Scott DeWitt
, associate professor; Ben McCorkle
, associate professor; and Cynthia Selfe
; led by Kay Halasek
, professor, was awarded a $50,000 Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Grant to create a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Writing II: Rhetorical Composition
Lantern Wins ONA Excellence Award
For the third straight year, The Lantern won the General Excellence award
in the 2013 Ohio Newspaper Association Ohio Collegiate Newspaper competition, placing in all eight categories: first in photojournalism, website and design; second in news coverage and headline writing; third for sports coverage, editorial writing, and arts and entertainment. The Lantern
was the only college media outlet in Ohio to place in all eight categories.
Taste of OSU
The Office of International Affairs and more than 30 Ohio State student organizations and University Residences and Dining Services chefs, host an evening
of international food, exhibits and cultural performances at the 2013 Taste of OSU, Friday, February 22, 5-9 pm, Ohio Union.
ASC Staff Advisory Council (SAC) Pancake Breakfasts
Join us for our Annual Staff Appreciation Pancake Breakfast. This year, SAC hosts three days: February 26, 27, or 28, Mershon Auditorium Reception Area. Chris Cakes will provide breakfast. Please RSVP
and attend whichever morning works best for your schedule.
Arts and Sciences Career Services Summer Camp & Recreation Fair
This fair features more than 40 camps and recreation centers recruiting for summer staff and internships. Check out participating organizations
. Thursday, February 28, 10 am-3 pm, Ohio Union Great Hall Meeting Room.
Arts and Sciences Undergraduate Newsletter - February Issue
The February e-Newsletter highlights
the linguistics major, the Zoology Club, opportunities for students to become better acquainted with ASC faculty, resources for students wishing to work or intern abroad, May Session, the NMS Research Forum, arts and humanities scholarships, and Stone Lab. To submit content suggestions or be added to the mailing list, contact Ann Rottersman
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Information Session for Outreach and Engagement Grants
from the Office of Outreach and Engagement for an information session on submitting a proposal for an Engagement Impact Grant, OSU CARES/OSU Extension Seed Grant, or Service-Learning Grant, on Friday, March 1, at noon in conference room 101 at 33 W. 11th Ave. The proposal submission deadline is Friday, March 8. Please RSVP
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