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Mook shares Archaeological Institute of America site preservation honor
The Archaeological Institute of America Site Preservation Program named Peggy Mook and Donald Haggis, directors of the Azoria Project on the island of Crete, the winners of the AIA’s 2012 Best Practices in Site Preservation Award.
Chapelle earns Lifetime Achievement Award from International Language Testing Association
Iowa State University Distinguished Professor Carol Chapelle is the recipient of the 2012 Cambridge/ International Language Testing Association Lifetime Achievement Award.
Jeffries-EL among the first class of women rising stars of chemistry
Malika Jeffries-EL has been named a rising star of American chemistry. Jeffries-EL, an assistant professor of chemistry, was named one of 10 winners of the WCC Rising Star Award presented by the Women Chemists Committee (WCC) of the American Chemical […]
Canfield wins major U.S. Department of Energy Award
Iowa State Distinguished Professor of physics Paul Canfield is one of nine recipients of the 2011 Ernest Orlando Lawrence Award for "outstanding contributions in research and development supporting the U.S. Department of Energy and its missions."
Alicia Carriquiry honored by National Research Council
Ralph J. Cicerone, president of the National Academy of Sciences and chair of the National Research Council (NRC), has named Iowa State's Alicia Carriquiry a National Associate of the NRC.
EPPY Award goes to website of summer program directed by Greenlee's Chamberlin
Dennis Chamberlin of the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication directed a summer program in Urbino, Italy, that produced a website that has won an EPPY Award for 2011.
Courtwright's first book covers hot topic--prairie fires
Julie Courtwright's first book is a comprehensive look at a hot topic – prairie fires.
Student cable TV earns award for website
ISUtv earned the Best Media Website honor in the 2011 National Student Production Awards.
Ames Piano Quartet releases its 15th album
Sono Luminus has released the Ames Piano Quartet's 15th compact disc recording. It includes French works by Theodore Dubois, and two of his students, Florent Schmitt and Reynaldo Hahn.
Simonson named to jury for international voice competition
Donald Simonson, professor and chair of the voice faculty in the Music Department, has been invited to serve as the American representative on the jury at the Concours de Genève International Voice Competition in November in Geneva, Switzerland.