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Highlighting Accomplishments

As we become aware of honors and promotions received by Ohio State women, we have added news articles about them to our Highlighting Accomplishments feature to share their success and to showcase it as an example to inspire other women. In addition, as the collection of articles grows, we're creating a repository of Ohio State's women's accomplishments. The Women's Place would like to congratulate the following women for the recognition they have received.

If you know of an Ohio State woman, faculty or staff, who has received national or international recognition, nominate her to be included in our Highlighting Accomplishments feature. Email your suggestions to womensplace@osu.edu — self nominations are welcome!

 

Carnes awarded $1.5 million NIH grant
Feb 13, 2014 - 

Portrait of Cynthia CarnesCynthia Carnes, professor, Ohio State’s College of Pharmacy, was one of three researchers awarded a $1.5 million grant by the National Institutes of Health to find improved therapies to treat problems with the sinus node of the heart.


Mehta elected to the ACC Board of Governors
Jan 08, 2014 - 

Portrait of Laxmi MehtaLaxmi Mehta, cardiologist at The Ohio State Wexner Medical Center, has been elected to serve on the Board of Governors of the American College of Cardiology (ACC) as the ACC Governor for Ohio.


Kiecolt-Glaser appointed to the NACCAM
Jan 05, 2014 - 

Portrait of Janice Kiecolt-GlaserJanice Kiecolt-Glaser, Distinguished University Professor at Ohio State's College of Medicine in the Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research, was appointed to the National Advisory Council for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, National Institutes of Health. More information


Faggian selected as Judge for European Capital of Innovation 2014 Contest
Dec 17, 2013 - 

Portrait of Alessandra FaggianAlessandra Faggian, associate professor of regional economics in the Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics, was recently selected by the European Commission to serve as one of five judges for the European Capital of Innovation 2014 contest, which awards the iCapital prize. More information


Melnyk receives Excellence In Leadership Award
Nov 18, 2013 - 

Portrait of Bernadette MelnykBernadette Melnyk, Ohio State's chief wellness officer, associate vice president for health promotion and dean of the College of Nursing, received Sigma Theta Tau International's Mary Tolle Wright Award for Excellence in Leadership. More information


‘Inspire’ staff win top international award for magazines
Nov 07, 2013 - 

Photo of McLuckie, Ciccone, King holding magazineThe Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals named the College of Education and Human Ecology's 2013 alumni magazine, "Inspire," one of the top magazines in its international MarCom competition. The association gave the magazine its Platinum Award for the third year in a row. The women who produce the magazine are, from the College of Education & Human Ecology, Janet Ciccone, director of Strategic Communications & Marketing; Gemma McLuckie, director of Communications & Public Relations; and Kamilah King, program assistant; from University Communications, Mary Meyers, senior graphic designer; Jo McCulty, publications photographer; and Pamela Hill, associate editor. (Pictured on right, Gemma McLuckie, Janet Ciccone and Kamilah King.) More information


Wanstreet receives 2013 AAACE Imogene Okes Research Award
Nov 07, 2013 - 

Portrait of Constance WanstreetConstance Wanstreet, director of web communications, University Communications, has received the 2013 Imogene Okes Research Award from the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education. More information


Trinko receives 2013 AAACE Imogene Okes Research Award
Nov 07, 2013 - 

Portrait of Lynn TrinkoLynn Trinko, director of educational technology, College of Education and Human Ecology, has received the 2013 Imogene Okes Research Award from the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education. More information


Mouser receives $2 million NSF grant
Nov 01, 2013 - 

Portrait of Paula MouserPaula Mouser, Ohio State assistant professor in civil, environmental and geodetic engineering, is the principal investigator on a study proposal, “Microbial Biodiversity and Function of Deep Shale and its Interfaces," for which, along with other researchers from Ohio State and West Virginia University, she has been awarded a $2 million National Science Foundation grant through the Division of Environmental Biology. More information


Brodnik receives 2013 AHIMA Distinguished Member Award
Oct 28, 2013 - 

Melanie BrodnikMelanie Brodnik, associate professor, Health Information Management and Systems, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, is the 2013 recipient of the American Health Information Management Association’s highest honor, the Distinguished Member Award. More information


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