John Rakovan (professor of mineralogy and geochemistry), Gloria Staebler and Donald Dallaire (eds.): Apatite - The Great Pretender. Mineral Monographs. Lithographie, LLC. Denver, 2013.
Andrew Hebard (assistant professor of English): The Poetics of Sovereignty in American Literature, 1885-1910. Cambridge University Press, 2013.
Patrick Dowling and Reza Akhtar, mathematics, $149,243 from the National Science Foundation for "Summer Undergraduate Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (SUMSRI)."
Michael Woodlin, educational psychology, $6,000 additional award from the Talawanda School District for "Talawanda School District Support of EDP Graduate Assistant."
Thomas Dutton, architecture and interior design, was invited to present a keynote talk at the Association of Architectural Educators Conference at Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, England, April 3-5.
Fauzia E. Ahmed has been appointed as a visiting scientist at the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH). Ahmed is an assistant professor of sociology & gerontology and women’s, gender, and sexuality studies at Miami University. She will present lectures and seminars during 2012-2013 at Harvard. Ahmed joined Miami in 2008.
Ahmed received this invitation after she presented her most recent grant proposal submission to the National Science Foundation (NSF), “Changing Low-Income Men: Masculinity Studies and Capability Theory,” at a Harvard conference in 2012.
Steven Paul Lansky (English) released an audio novel, "Jack Acid," on psychedelic culture and mental illness. (2013)
Nicholas Teets (former undergaduate), Shu-Xia Yi, research scholar, Richard Lee, zoology, and David Denlinger, Ohio State University: ""Calcium signaling mediates cold sensing in insect tissues." PNAS, June 2013.
Andrea Ridilla, music, has been invited to perform at the Monteverdi Oboe Festival (http://www.
Andrea Ridilla and Ricardo Averbach, music,
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