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NEWS & RESEARCH
Office of Research Call for Nominations: Deadline Sept. 15
Ohio State’s Office of Research is accepting nominations
for Innovator of the Year, Early Career Innovator of the Year and Student Innovator of the Year awards.
Discovery Themes Proposals Selected to Move Forward
The following six proposals focusing on Discovery Themes
areas of Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases, Materials for a Sustainable World and Food to Improve Health have been selected
to move forward:
- Emerging and Re-emerging Infectious Disease Detection, Treatment and Prevention
- Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Brain Injury
- Personalized Food and Nutritional Metabolic Profiling to Improve Health
- Resilient, Sustainable and Global Food Security for Health
- Sustainability Science for Materials Innovation
- Translational Materials and Innovation: Accelerating Global Sustainability
The Discovery Themes Executive Team will work with proposal leadership teams and respective college leaders to refine the implementation plans for these big ideas, including the recruitment of new faculty.
Chemist Awarded the 2014 ICMRBS Founders’ Medal
, professor, chemistry and biochemistry, will receive
the 2014 Founders’ Medal from the International Council on Magnetic Resonance in Biological Systems (ICMRBS) during the 26th ICMRBS meeting in Dallas, Texas, Aug. 24-29. The Founders' Medal recognizes exceptional contributions by scientists, under the age of 41, to the development and/or progress of the field of magnetic resonance spectroscopy in biological systems. Winners receive the Founders' Medal and $3,000, and are invited to present a lecture at the ICMRBS conference. Founded in 1964, the ICMRBS has held a conference biennially over the past half century, attracting between 800 and 1,000 scientists to a six-day scientific forum held at different locations across the world.
College of Arts and Sciences Announces National Search for The Ohio State University Marching Band Director
Arts and Sciences Executive Dean and Vice Provost, David Manderscheid
, has named
Arts and Humanities Divisional Dean Mark Shanda
to chair the search committee tasked to identify a new director for the Marching and Athletic Bands.
Rush Creek Village Installation Opens Aug. 21
, associate professor, design, and graduate student Kyle Wallace
have recreated a round guest house —
to scale —
from Worthington’s Rush Creek Village in an installation comprised of more than 4,000 iPhone photos. The one-room guest house is one of 42 Usonian structures in the historic neighborhood based on Frank Lloyd Wright’s principles. Haase’s installation is part of the exhibition, “Neighborhood in Harmony with Nature: Rush Creek Village,” open Aug. 21-Oct. 26 at the McConnell Arts Center in Worthington. There will be an opening reception on Aug. 21, 6-8 p.m.
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