Professor Rosalee Clawson is participating in the Committee on Institutional Cooperation Academic Leadership Program during the 2011-2012 academic year.
Professor Daniel P. Aldrich, an American Association for the Advancement of Science fellow, is currently in Washington for the 2011-2012 academic year.
Professor Dwayne Woods is the recipient of a Center for Social and Behavioral Sciences Fellowship for the 2011-2012 academic year.
Associate Professor Leigh Raymond is the recipient of the Kenneth Kofmehl Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award in the College of Liberal Arts for 2011-2012.
WORKSHOP ON INFORMAL INSTITUTIONS AND INTRACTABLE GLOBAL PROBLEMS, was held April 16-17, 2012 at Purdue University, and has been organized in part by Associate Professor Ann Clark, Associate Professor Leigh Raymond and Professor S. Laurel Weldon. Leigh Raymond and Laurel Weldon will also be workshop speakers. For more information visit: http://qa.www.purdue.edu/discoverypark/intractableproblems
Professor S. Laurel Weldon has been named the first director of the Center for Research on Diversity and Inclusion at Purdue.
Associate Professor Keith Shimko has been selected by the College of Liberal of Arts Educational Excellence Committee as this year's recipient of the Education Excellence Award in recognition of his exemplary contribution to teaching and learning.
Associate Professor Ann Marie Clark has been appointed as a Center for Social Sciences Fellow in the College of Liberal Arts for the Fall of 2012 semester. Her project is entitled, "The Appeal to Justice in International Politics." She will research how and whether practical appeals for justice in international politics contribute to the development of broader justice norms in the international system.
Professor Jay McCann has recently been appointed a Provost's Faculty Fellow for Spring of 2012.
Professor Rosalee Clawson and Associate Professor Leigh Raymond are recipients of a seed grant from the Global Policy Research Institute for their research proposal, "All (Climate) Politics Are Local?
Assistant Professor Daniel Aldrich is the recipient of a seed grant research proposal from the Global Policy Research Institute.
Associate Professors, Ann Clark, Leigh Raymond, and Professor Laurel Weldon will soon host a policy workshop entitled, "Non-Formal Institutions," as recipients of a seed grant from the Global Policy Research Institute.
Congratulations to Associate Professor Pat Boling selected for the Departmental Excellence in Teaching Award in the College of Liberal Arts.