Darin Acosta, Ph.D.
Darin Acosta, Ph.D. Professor of Physics College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 2008 Awardee By studying the smallest particles in nature, Darin... Read More
Ilir Bejleri, Ph.D.
Ilir Bejleri, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Urban and Regional Planning College of Design, Construction and Planning 2008 Awardee Before cities can be... Read More
Benjamin M. Bolker, Ph.D.
Benjamin M. Bolker, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Theoretical Ecology College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 2008 Awardee As an ecologist, Benjamin Bolker... Read More
Mary B. Brown, Ph.D.
Mary B. Brown, Ph.D. Professor of Infectious Diseases and Pathology College of Veterinary Medicine 2008 Awardee Through her research, Mary Brown is... Read More
Edward K.L. Chan, Ph.D.
Edward K.L. Chan, Ph.D. Professor of Oral Biology College of Dentistry 2008 Awardee When Edward Chan first began to observe the cellular... Read More
George Christou, Ph.D.
George Christou, Ph.D. Professor of Chemistry College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 2008 Awardee Although George Christou works in nanoscale dimensions, his... Read More
Nicholas B. Comerford, Ph.D.
Nicholas B. Comerford, Ph.D. Professor of Soil and Water Science Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences 2008 Awardee It’s a dirty job;... Read More
R. Paul Duncan, Ph.D.
R. Paul Duncan, Ph.D. Professor and Chair of Health Services Research, Management and Policy College of Public Health and Health Professions 2008... Read More
Jennifer Harrison Elder, Ph.D., R.N.
Jennifer Harrison Elder, Ph.D., R.N. Professor of Nursing College of Nursing 2015 Awardee Jennifer Elder has spent over 30 years studying autism... Read More
Mark Fenster, J.D., Ph.D.
Mark Fenster, J.D., Ph.D. Professor of Law Levin College of Law 2008 Awardee Mark Fenster has spent his career as a lawyer... Read More