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Faculty & Staff Accolades
Mary Herring, associate dean and professor in the College of Education, was recently named to Microsoft's 2013-2014 Worldwide Higher Education Board. The advisory board is composed of faculty members from the worldwide academic community convening to discuss the use of technology in the higher education community. Herring was chosen because of her demonstrated excellence in the field of technology usage in higher education.
Stephen Gaies, languages & literatures, was selected by the National Institute for Holocaust Education of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum to participate in the Conference for Holocaust Education Centers in February 2014.
LaDene Bowen, associate director of the Institute for Decision Making, was awarded the Honorary Life Member Designation by the International Economic Development Council (IEDC) for a lasting commitment to the field of economic development.
This year's recipients of the Regents Excellence Awards for Faculty include:
Carl Thurman, professor of biology, has an international reputation for research and is known for his integral role in undergraduate physiological education. Thurman is also involved in the selection of scholarship recipients for the Department of Biology.
Paul Siddens, associate professor of communication studies, has been a major figure in producing, directing, designing and writing at least 58 productions for UNI Interpreters Theatre since 2000.
Jennifer Waldron, associate professor of health, physical education and leisure services (HPELS), specializes in psycho-social perspectives of physical activity and is committed to making physical activity environments healthier and more equitable.
Catherine Zeman, professor of HPELS, has spoken nationally and internationally more than 110 times in her areas of expertise, most recently as a featured speaker and previous Fulbright Scholar for the Fulbright Association of Science and Technology's annual meeting.
Grant Tracey, professor of languages and literatures, is a fiction writer, film scholar and co-editor of the North American Review. He was cited by one nominator as a dedicated mentor who offers encouraging and detailed feedback to his students.
Helen Harton, professor of psychology, is a dedicated teacher and researcher. She also serves as chair of the University Institutional Review Board, coordinator of the graduate program in psychology and as faculty adviser to the UNI Middle Eastern Dance Troupe.
John Wiley & Sons Publishing has named the Department of Language and Literatures' Dr. Adrienne Lamberti (along with Dr. Anne Richards of Kennesaw State University) as editors of a new book series, Engineering Transformation: Conflict, Crisis, Adaptation. Wiley is consistently ranked in the very top tier of presses in the sciences, alongside presses including Oxford, MIT and Yale.
Christopher Martin, Mark Myers and Nadia Korobova have each been named Fulbright scholars for 2013-14. Martin, interim head and professor of communication studies, will undertake research in Hungary. Myers, assistant professor of biology, will conduct research in Colombia. Korobova, associate director for international students and scholars, will participate in the International Education Administrators Program in Germany and France.