Accomplishments - June, 2017
David Gibson, Plant Biology, has a special feature in the latest British Ecological Society’s Journal of Ecology, “Plant Ecological Solutions to Global Food Security,” with an accompanying blog entry and editorial discussing the special feature in detail. Andrew Wood, Plant Biology, co-authored one of the 10 mini-review articles with Gibson.
Mont Allen, Languages, Cultures, and International Trade, is a summer research scholar at the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut in Rome. Recipients are chosen based on scholarly promise.
Christie McIntyre, Curriculum and Instruction, has been elected to the executive committee of a national organization devoted to the improvement of teacher education. McIntyre will serve as second vice president of the Association of Teacher Educators for 2017-2018. She will move up to first vice president before becoming president for the organization’s centennial year, 2019-2020.
Allison Joseph, English, is the first recipient of University Museum’s Rachel Gordon Fischoff Faculty Curatorial Fellowship. The fellowship provides a stipend and the opportunity for a faculty member to curate an exhibition using the museum’s collection.
Pamela Hackbart-Dean, Library Affairs, was selected to be a Fellow by the Society of American Archivists, an award that recognizes outstanding contributions to the archival profession. She has been director of Morris Library’s Special Collections Research Center since 2006. She serves as a member on the society’s council.