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Accolades
Awards

Craig

Holly Craig, professor of education and research professor, and Julie Washington, research associate professor, both of the University Center for the Development of Language and Literacy, were two of 27 professionals awarded the Fellows of the Association during the 2004 convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Nov. 18-20 in Philadelphia. Honored individuals have made outstanding contributions to the discipline of communication science and disorders, research, administration, or service to state or national organizations.


Washington

Joerg Lahann, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, macromolecular science and engineering, and materials science and engineering, is the recipient of a "TR 100" award as one of the 100 most promising scientists worldwide for 2004 from Technology Review magazine. The 2004 TR100 were featured in Technology Review's October issue. Lahann was honored at the Emerging Technologies Conference Sept. 29-30 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

 

Robert Prusak, ophthalmic photographer at the Kellogg Eye Center, won "Best In Show" in the Ophthalmic Photographers' Society competition at the American Academy of Ophthalmology's annual meeting.

 

William Zimmerman, professor of political science and research professor at the Institute for Social Research's Center for Political Studies and the Center for Russian and East European Studies, received the 2004 award for Distinguished Contributions to Slavic Studies from the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies. The award recognizes Zimmerman's lifetime of research on communist and postcommunist politics, his work as a mentor to graduate students, and his support to colleagues.

 

Becky Eggleston, a Cancer AnswerLine resource nurse and program manager, has been named one of 50 fellows in the Oncology Nursing Society Leadership Development Institute. The institute is designed to prepare oncology nurses to lead the transformation of cancer care at local, state and national levels to promote oncology nursing leadership in the workplace.

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