The University Record, September 17, 1997
Allan D. Weiner of the Middlebelt Pediatrics Center and a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has received AAP's Pediatrics Review and Education Program (PREP) Education Award. The PREP award recognizes Academy fellows who have earned a mi nimum of 150 AAP-approved continuing medical education credits over three consecutive years, including earning a minimum of 75 credit hours through participation specifically in PREP educational Programs. In addition to his work at the Middlebelt Center, Weiner is a physician peer educator for Project on Immunization, a state immunizations program.
Eight faculty members have been awarded 1997-98 faculty grants by the Center for Japanese Studies to support research on Japanese society and culture.
The recipients are: Ruth Campbell, faculty associate, Institute of Gerontology; Michael D. Fetters, lecturer, family practice; Sadashi Inuzuka, assistant professor of art; Yuki Johnson, assistant professor of Asian languages and cultures; Abe Markus N ornes, assistant professor of film and video studies and of Asian languages and cultures; Jonathan M. Reynolds, assistant professor of history; Jennifer E. Robertson, associate professor of anthropology; and Seonae Yeo, associate professor of nursing.
School of Music faculty members James Aikman, assistant professor/postdoctoral scholar-Michigan Society of Fellows; William Albright, professor of music (composition); and Bright Z. Sheng, assistant professor of music (composition/music theory) have been chosen as American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) award winners. ASCAP presents these cash awards to assist and encourage serious music composers.