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National Award Recipients

The awards listed below link directly to the website of each agency or organization. The information on this page reflects the awards, honors and fellowships received in the last five years. If there are additional awards, honors or fellowships that should be included, please contact us.

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellows
  • Richard Adams, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, AAAS Fellow
  • Michael Amiridis, College of Engineering and Computing, Chemical Engineering, AAAS Fellow
  • S. Michael Angel, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry & Biochemistry, AAAS Fellow
  • James Appel, College of Arts and Sciences, Psychology, AAAS Fellow
  • Brian Benicewicz, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry & Biochemistry, AAAS Fellow
  • Ron Benner, College of Arts and Sciences, Biological Sciences, AAAS Fellow
  • Frank Berger, College of Arts and Sciences, Biological Sciences, AAAS Fellow
  • Carol Boggs, College of Arts and Sciences, Biological Sciences, AAAS Fellow
  • Rosemarie Booze, College of Arts and Sciences, Psychology, AAAS Fellow
  • Duncan Buell, College of Engineering and Computing, Computer Science & Engineering
  • Susan Cutter, College of Arts and Sciences, Biological Sciences
  • John Dawson, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry & Biochemistry, AAAS Fellow
  • Joseph DiPiro, College of Pharmacy, AAAS Fellow
  • Mary Anne Fitzpatrick, College of Arts and Sciences, Psychology, AAAS Fellow
  • Austin Hughes, College of Arts and Sciences, Biological Sciences, AAAS Fellow
  • Don Jordan, College of Arts and Sciences, Science Education, AAAS Fellow
  • Lukasz Lebioda, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry & Biochemistry, AAAS Fellow
  • Charles Mactutus, College of Arts and Sciences, Psychology, AAAS Fellow
  • James Morris, College of Arts and Sciences, Biological Sciences, AAAS Fellow
  • Timothy Mousseau, College of Arts and Sciences, Biological Sciences, AAAS Fellow
  • Mitzi Nagarkatti, School of Medicine, Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology, AAAS Fellow
  • Prakash Nagarkatti, School of Medicine, Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology, AAAS Fellow
  • Daniel Reger, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry & Biochemistry, AAAS Fellow
  • John Richards, College of Arts and Sciences, Psychology, AAAS Fellow
  • John Safko, College of Arts and Sciences, Physics & Astronomy
  • Roger Sawyer, College of Arts and Sciences, Biological Sciences, AAAS Fellow
  • James Sodetz, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry & Biochemistry, AAAS Fellow
  • Robert Thunell, College of Arts and Sciences, Earth and Ocean Sciences, AAAS Fellow
  • Thomas Vogt, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, AAAS Fellow
  • Qian Wang, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry & Biochemistry, AAAS Fellow
  • Norimitsu Watabe, College of Arts and Sciences, Biological Sciences, AAAS Fellow
  • Ward Watt, College of Arts and Sciences, Biological Sciences, AAAS Fellow
  • Ralph White, College of Engineering and Computing, Chemical Engineering, AAAS Fellow
  • Sarah Ann Woodin, College of Arts and Sciences, Biological Sciences, AAAS Fellow
  • Hanno zur Loye, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, AAAS Fellow

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American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Fellows
  • Katherine Adams, College of Arts and Sciences, English Language and Literature, ACLS/Mellon Fellowship for Junior Faculty
  • Alexander Beecroft, College of Arts and Sciences, Languages, Literatures & Cultures, Charles A. Ryskamp Research Fellowship
  • Lacy Ford, College of Arts and Science, History, American Council of Learned Societies Research Fellow
  • Marc Moskowitz, College of Arts and Science, Anthropology, ACLS Fellowship
  • Gretchen Woertendyke, College of Arts and Sciences, English Language and Literature, ACLS Fellowship
  • Michael Gibbs Hill, College of Arts and Sciences, Languages, Literature and Cultures, Mellon Foundation/ACLS Recent Doctorial Recipients Fellowship

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Camille and Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award
  • John H. Dawson, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • Catherine J. Murphy, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • Qian Wang, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • Paul R. Thompson, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry

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Fulbright American Scholars
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  • Christine Ames, College of Arts and Sciences, History, Fulbright Scholar Program - History (non U.S.)
  • Holly Adryan Crocker, College of Arts and Sciences, English, Fulbright Scholar Program – Language & Literature
  • Katherine Barbieri, College of Arts and Sciences, Political Science, Fulbright Scholar Program - Political Science
  • Claudia Benitez-Nelson, College of Arts and Sciences, Earth and Ocean Sciences, Fulbright Scholar Program - Environmental Science
  • Thomas Crocker, School of Law, Fulbright Scholar Program
  • Cynthia Davis, College of Arts and Sciences, English Language and Literature, Fulbright Scholar Program - American Literature
  • Michael Galbreth, Darla Moore School of Business, Fulbright Scholar Program - Business Administration
  • Brett Kloos, College of Arts and Sciences, Psychology, Fulbright Scholar Program – Psychology
  • Tatiana Kostova, Darla Moore School of Business, Fulbright Distinguished Chairs Program – Business Marketing
  • Ercan Turk, School of Hospitality, Retail and Sport Management, Fulbright Scholar Program – Business Administration

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Guggenheim Fellows
  • Robert Brinkmeyer, College of Arts and Sciences, English Language and Literature, Guggenheim Fellowship
  • Man Fang, School of Music, Guggenheim Fellowship

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MacArthur Foundation Fellows
  • Erik Doxtader, College of Arts and Sciences, English Language and Literature, MacArthur Foundation Fellowship on Peace and Security in a Changing World, Social Science Research Council 

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Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Distinguished Achievement Awards
  • Konstantin Pollok, College of Arts and Sciences, Philosophy, Fellow, Center for
    Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University
  • Catherine Keyser, College of Arts and Sciences, English Language and Literature, Fellowship, Humanistic Studies (honorary)

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National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellows
  • Don Doyle, College of Arts and Sciences, History, NEH Fellowship
  • Marjorie Spruill, College of Arts and Sciences, History, NEH Fellowship

 

National Academy of Engineering
  • Kenneth L. Reifsnider, College of Engineering and Computing, Mechanical Engineering

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National Academy of Sciences
  • Richard Webb, College of Arts and Sciences, Physics and Astronomy

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National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellows
  • Marjorie Spruill, College of Arts and Sciences, History, NEH Fellowship

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National Humanities Center Fellows 
  • Don Doyle, College of Arts and Sciences, History, NHF Fellow
  • Thomas Lekan, College of Arts and Sciences, History, NHF Fellow

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Newberry Library Long-term Fellows
  • Gretchen Woertendyke, College of Arts and Sciences, English Language and Literature, Newberry Library Undergraduate Research Fellowship

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Robert Wood Johnson Policy Fellows
  • Peggy Hewlett, College of Nursing, Robert Wood Johnsons Executive Nurse Fellows

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Searle Scholars
  • Ashok Chauhan, School of Medicine, Pathology, Microbiology, and Immunology, Searle Young Investigator Award, Indian Society of Gastroenterology

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Sloan Research Fellows
  • Qian Wang, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Fellow

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Woodrow Wilson Fellows
  • George McNulty, College of Arts and Sciences, Mathematics, Honorary Woodrow Wilson Graduate Fellowship
  • Thomas Rice, College of Arts and Sciences, English, Fellow
  • Marjorie Spruill, College of Arts and Sciences, History, Fellow

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Faculty Sponsored Awards

National Institutes of Health MERIT Award
  • John Richards, College of Arts and Sciences, Psychology, Development of Sustained Attention in Infants

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National Science Foundation Career Awards
  • Jason O’Kane, Engineering & Computing, Computer Science & Engineering,
    CAREER: Algorithms for Minimalist Robot Teams
  • Guiren Wang, Engineering & Computing, Mechanical Engineeering,
    CAREER: Studying Flow Velocity Field in Nanofluidics with a Far‐Field Nanoscopic Velocimetry
  • Sheryl Wiskur, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry & Biochemistry,
    CAREER: Asymmetric Silylation of Secondary Alcohols and Mechanistic Investigations
  • Sophya Garashchuk, College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry& Biochemistry,
    CAREER: Approximate Description of Nuclear Quantum Effects Applicable to Large
    Molecular Systems
  • Nicole Berge, College of Engineering & Computing,
    CAREER: Hydrothermal Carbonization of Mixed Feedstocks: Implications for Sustainable
    Waste Management
  • John Richards, College of Arts and Sciences, Psychology, Development of Sustained Attention
    in Infants