FSU Faculty & Staff Briefs

Faculty and Staff Briefs: September 2020

HONORS AND AWARDS Amy Ai, Ph.D. (College of Social Work) was recognized by the American Psychological Association for outstanding contributions in science for trauma psychology. She was honored by APA’s Trauma Psychology Division (Division 56) in an online ceremony Aug. 19. Kelly Farquharson, Ph.D. (College of Communication and Information) received meritorious poster submission recognition by […]

Faculty and Staff Briefs: August 2020

HONORS AND AWARDS  Michelle Whyman, Ph.D. (Political Science) and co-authors won the 2020 Fenno Prize for best book in the area of legislative studies, “The Great Broadening: How the Vast Expansion of the Policymaking Agenda Transformed American Politics.” The American Political Science Association will present the award during its virtual meeting in September.  Dave R. King, Ph.D. (College of Business) was recognized as the 2019 […]

Faculty and Staff Briefs: July 2020

HONORS AND AWARDS University Communications were recognized with a National CASE award and received Bronze in the category of Advocacy/Issue Campaigns. “FSU Soars to 18th Ranking” was an effort to elevate the academic preeminence of the university, perhaps known more widely for its athletics prowess. The FSU Foundation won a Silver medal in the category […]

Faculty and Staff Briefs: June 2020

HONORS AND AWARDS  Hans Hassell, Ph.D. (Department of Political Science) won the 2020 Best Paper Award from the American Political Science Association’s Elections, Public Opinion, and Voting Behavior (EPOVB) Section for “Mobilize for Our Lives? School Shootings and Retrospective Voting in U.S. Elections.”  Hannah Schwadron, Ph.D. (School of Dance) received the 2019 de la Torre Bueno® First Book Award by the Dance Studies Association […]

Faculty and Staff Briefs: May 2020

HONORS AND AWARDS Hans Hassell, Ph.D. (Political Science) and a co-author won the Beryl A. Radin Best Article Award for their paper “When Your Group Fails: The Effect of Race-Based Performance Signals on Citizen Voice and Exit.” The award was presented by the Public Management Research Association for the best work published in the Journal of Public […]

Faculty and Staff Briefs: April 2020

HONORS AND AWARDS  Jeff Broome, Ph.D. (Art Education) was named the 2020 Southeastern Region Higher Education Art Educator of the Year by The National Art Education Association. The southeastern region of NAEA represents art educators from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and the Virgin Islands.   Marin Wenger, Ph.D. (Criminology) was awarded the […]

Faculty and Staff Briefs: March 2018

HONORS AND AWARDS Lynn Jones, Ph.D. (Art History) has been awarded a Short-Term Senior Fellowship at Koç Üniversity’s Research Center for Anatolian Civilisations (RCAC) in Istanbul, Turkey, where she will be working on her book “The Imperial Cult in Middle Byzantine Art” and researching the cult of Constantine I. BYLINES Sarah Lester, Ph.D. (Geography) recently […]