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Communication Studies, Women's and Gender Studies
Jennifer Kruse received the 2021 Cheris Kramerae Outstanding Dissertation Award from the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language and Gender.
Noelle Troutman is lead investigator on the project "Ideology and risk: How neuroscience can inform nuclear security" that is one of the first recipients of Independent Research and Development funding from the National Strategic Research Institute.
Wendy Smith is co-editor of the recently-published "Transformational Change Efforts: Student Engagement in Mathematics through an Institutional Network for Active Learning".
Christian Binek is lead investigator of the project "NNCI: Nebraska Nanoscale Facility" which received additional funding from National Science Foundation.
John Wunder received the 2021 Sower Award in the Humanities from Humanities Nebraska.
Eileen Hebets now leads the Animal Behavior Society and was recently a guest on their podcast.
Martin Centurion's project "Femtosecond time-resolved multimodal measurement of electron driven reaction dynamics" was selected for Category 2 funding through the Office of Research and Economic Development's Revision Awards program.
Bradley Shadwick is lead investigator for the project "High Fidelity Fluid-Kinetic Hybrid Modeling of Intense, Short Pulse Laser Plasma Interactions" which received funding from National Science Foundation.
Xia Hong is lead investigator for the project "DMREF: Accelerated Discovery of Artificial Multiferroics with Enhanced Magnetoelectric Coupling" which received funding from National Science Foundation.
Mark van Roojen was named a faculty fellow of the Nebraska Governance and Technology Center.
The Center on Children, Families and the Law's Children's Justice Attorney Education program earned a grant from the Aviv Foundation to increase the availability and accessibility of attorneys in rural areas.