Fellowships March 2014

  • The Poet Laureate of the United States has chosen Honorée Fanonne Jeffers (Associate Professor of English) for a 2014 Witter Bynner Fellowship from the Library of Congress.
  • Professor Subramanyam Gollahalli (Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering) was recently honored with the Fellowship Award by the International Society for Energy, Environment and Sustainability.
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Theorist of the Month

Professor Howard Baer (High Energy Physics) has been appointed as “Theorist of the Month” for the month of March at the German National Synchrotron Laboratory in Hamburg. This appointment is a concept installed in order to improve the exchange between theory and experiment and to strengthen the theory background of experimental Ph.D. students.

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New Books March 2014

  • University of Oklahoma Press published Main Street Oklahoma, Stories of Twentieth-Century America by Patricia Loughlin (History) and Linda W.
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Presentation Awards March 2014

  • Assistant Professor Pravin Nath (Marketing) received the Best Paper award for his conference paper titled "The Role of Global Brand Strategy, CMO Presence and TMT Structure in the Internationalization-Performance Relationship of Retail Firms"
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OU Study on the Impact of Non-uniform Warming

A recent University of Oklahoma study of five decades of satellite data, model simulations and in situ observations suggests the impact of season diurnal or daily warming varies between global regions affecting many ecosystem functions and services, such as food production, carbon sequestration and climate regulation.

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Students Teach Workshop in Namibia

National Severe Storms Laboratory and HyDROS students Jill Hardy (M.S. student) and Race Clark (Ph.D. stu-dent & CIMMS GRA) recently taught a three-day CREST (Coupled Routing and Excess STorage distributed hydrologic model) workshop in Windhoek, Namibia. The workshop is part of a larger, ongoing effort to build capacity for flood and drought monitoring in the African nation.

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Student Research & Performance Day

Katie Bowden (M.S. student, Meteorology & CIMMS GRA) won second place for her poster "The Phased Array Radar Innovative Sensing Experiment 2013" at the OU Student Research and Performance Day 2014 event. She will receive her award and check on Wednesday, April, 16, 2014. Bowden’s advisor is Pam Heinselman.

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Research Team Discovers Disease-Causing Bacteria

When a University of Oklahoma researcher and an international team of experts analyzed the dental calculus or plaque from teeth preserved for 1,000 years, the results revealed human health and dietary information never seen before.

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