News - People
Monday, May 25, 2015
»Tom Hancock, Biology, hosted 38 students from the Gladstone High School Human Anatomy and Physiology course in the Human Anatomy and Physiology labs at the Collaborative Life Sciences Building. They were exposed to working with real human bodies and the a
»Deborah Lutterschmidt and Suzanne Estes, Biology faculty, both won Outstanding Scientific Researcher Awards this year from the Columbia-Willamette Chapter of Sigma Xi.
Monday, May 18, 2015
»Susan Kirtley, English faculty, serves as a judge for the 2015 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards. Kirtley won an Eisner in 2013 for her book Linda Barry: Girlhood Through the Looking Glass.
Monday, May 11, 2015
»Tom Gillpatrick, Business Administration faculty, was interviewed for and quoted in the article titled “Dave’s Killer Brand,” which appeared in the Portland Tribune on April 16.
»Jacen Greene, Ted Khoury and Cindy Cooper, Business Administration faculty, took second place in the 2015 NextBillion Case Writing Competition for their case titled “Grameen Intel Social Business: Technology Solutions at the Base of the Pyramid.” The case
Monday, May 4, 2015
»Deborah Lutterschmidt, Biology faculty, received the 2015 Gorbman-Bern New Independent Investigator Award by the North American Society for Comparative Endocrinology. She will present an invited plenary lecture of her research at the society meeting in Ot
»Yasmeen Hanoosh, World Languages and Literatures faculty, co-organized the conference Radical Increments: Toward New Platforms of Engaging Iraqi Studies at Columbia University in New York City, April 25-26.
»Anna-Louise Reysenbach, Biology faculty, is leading a research expedition off Tonga with scientists from the U.S., Russia, New Zealand and France on the research vessel Revelle with the remotely operated vehicle Jason. Their research can be followed on a
»Dilafruz Williams, Education faculty, served as program chair for the Environmental Education Special Interest Group of the American Educational Research Association during 2014-2015.
Monday, April 27, 2015
»Jennifer Chambers, Liberal Arts and Sciences, has received the 2015 National Association of College and University Business Officers Rising Star Award, which will be presented in July.
»Daniel Ballhorn, Biology faculty, and his students are conducting field research in southern Costa Rica. He aims to identify defense syndromes (functionally linked defensive plant traits) and their effects on plant-associated organisms. His study includes
»Jennifer Allen, Institute for Sustainable Solutions, and Angela Jackson, Business Accelerator, were honored with 2015 Women of Influence Orchid Awards from the Portland Business Journal on April 16 in Portland.
»Ken Stedman, Biology faculty, served as the opponent at a Ph.D. defense April 17 at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland.
Monday, April 20, 2015
»Patrick Burk, Educational Leadership and Policy faculty, is one of two people to receive a 2015 Tom Ruhl Leadership for Equity Award from the Oregon Leadership Network. He will be honored during the organization's Spring Leadership Institute on April 21 a
Monday, April 6, 2015
»Heejun Chang, Geography faculty, was elected as chair of the Spatial Analysis and Modeling specialty group of the Association of American Geographers. His chairship term is 2015-18.
Monday, March 30, 2015
»Melanie Chang, Anthropology faculty, delivered a TEDxVictoria talk last year on the evolving story of human evolution, which was featured by the TEDx Innovations blog in February.
Monday, March 9, 2015
»Brian Bolton, Business Administration faculty, was interviewed for and quoted in the article “Former Hooters Waitress Proves You Don’t Need a Harvard MBA to be a Successful Leader,” published in The Huffington Post, Feb. 12.
Monday, March 2, 2015
»Jill Emery, Library faculty, is the co-recipient of the 2015 Ingram Coutts Award for Innovation in Electronic Resources Management. This award is given by the Association of Library Collections & Technical Services Collection Management Section of the Ame
»Anousha Sedighi, World Languages and Literatures faculty, has been elected to serve as the individual member-at-large on the executive board of the National Council on Less Commonly Taught Languages.