Established in 2017, the The Waterloo Centre for German Studies Book Prize recognizes first-time authors whose scholarly work contributes substantially to our understanding of any aspect of German-speaking society. The prize foregrounds good writing, scholarly relevance, originality, and the ability to reach audiences beyond the academic sphere. Jeremy Best, Associate Professor in the Department of … Continue reading Jeremy Best named to Waterloo Centre for German Studies Book Prize shortlist
Olga Mesropova, associate professor in the Department of World Languages and Cultures, has been certified as a Quality Matters Master Reviewer. Master Reviewer is a leadership role within the QM organization: Master Reviewers chair and lead national teams of reviewers during official QM peer reviews of online and blended courses for universities in the US … Continue reading Olga Mesropova certified as Quality Matters Master Reviewer
Douglas Gentile, Distinguished Professor in the Department of Psychology, has been appointed to the Committee on the Impact of Social Media on the Health and Wellbeing of Adolescents and Children at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
Each year, Clarivate™ identifies the world’s most influential researchers ─ the select few who have been most frequently cited by their peers over the last decade. In 2022, fewer than 7,000, or about 0.1%, of the world’s researchers, in 21 research fields and across multiple fields, have earned this exclusive distinction. Yuyu Zhou is among … Continue reading Yuyu Zhou named Highly Cited Researcher by Clarivate
Abram Anders has been honored as a recipient of the Association for Business Communication’s Outstanding Article in International Journal of Business Communication Award. His article, Human-Centered Leadership Development: A Communication-Based Approach for Promoting Authentic and Transformational Leadership, can be viewed here. A list of other awardees can be found on the association’s website.
Otávio Bartalotti and Brent Kreider (Economics) received a competitive award of $40,000 from the National Bureau of Economic Research, funded by the Social Security Administration, for their project “Covid‐19 Pandemic Effects on the Composition of the Population with Disabilities and Implications for Social Security Policy.” Steven Dieterle at University of Edinburgh is a collaborator.
Corey Welch was honored with the SACNAS Presidential Service Award in recognition of his sustained efforts and deep commitment to the mission and vision of SACNAS. He will accept the award at the National Diversity in STEM Virtual Conference October 27-29 at the Puerto Rico Convention Center in San Juan, Puerto Rico.