Doug Barrick, a professor in the Department of Biophysics, received the Biophysics Society's Emily M. Gray Award for his "masterpiece textbook" on biomolecular thermodynamics.
Nichole Broderick, an assistant professor in the Department of Biology, received the American Society for Microbiology's Award for Education.
Erin Aeran Chung, the Charles D. Miller Associate Professor of East Asian Politics in the Department of Political Science, co-authored an article that won the Outstanding Paper Award sponsored by the Ethnicity, Nationalism, and Migration Studies section of the International Studies Association.
Danielle Evans, an assistant professor in the Writing Seminars, was named a Joyce Carol Oates Prize Finalist by the Simpson Literary Project. Evans also was one of three finalists for the Story Prize for The Office of Historical Corrections.
Stephen Fried, an assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry, received the Biopolymers in vivo Young Investigator Award from the Biophysical Society.
Jessica M. Johnson, an assistant professor in the Department of History, won a 2020 Rebel Women's Lit Caribbean Readers' Award for Best Non-Fiction Book for Wicked Flesh: Black Women, Intimacy, and Freedom in the Atlantic World. Johnson also received the 2020 Garfinkel Prize in Digital Humanities from the American Studies Association for two of her projects: Taller Electric Marronage and LifexCode: Digital Humanities Against Enclosure.
Tim Heckman, the Dr. A. Hermann Pfund Professor and chair of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, was named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Vincent Hilser, a professor and chair of the Department of Biology, was named a fellow of the Biophysical Society.
Sarah Hörst, an associate professor in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, received the James B. Macelwane Medal from the American Geophysical Union.
Jared Kaplan, an associate professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, co-authored a paper that was selected by the Neural Information Processing Systems for a Best Paper Award.
Christopher Krupenye, an assistant research professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, was awarded the New Investigator Award from the European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association.
Anne E. Lester, the John W. Baldwin and Jenny Jochens Associate Professor of Medieval History in the Department of History, was awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship to complete her book "Fragments of Devotion: Relics and Remembrance in the Aftermath of the Fourth Crusade, 1204–1264."
Anne Eakin Moss' book, Only Among Women: Philosophies of Community in the Russian and Soviet Imagination, 1860–1940, was shortlisted for the Best First Book Award by the American Association for Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages. Moss is an assistant professor in the Department of Comparative Thought and Literature.
Nadia Nurhussein, an associate professor in the Department of English, is the Modernist Studies Association's 2020 Book Prize winner (for a book published in 2019) for Black Land: Imperial Ethiopianism and African America.
Sarah Parkinson, the Aronson Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Studies in the Department of Political Science, co-authored "Rogues, Degenerates, and Heroes: Disobedience as Politics in Military Organizations," which won the 2020 Outstanding Article Award in International Security and the 2020 Outstanding Article Award in International History and Politics from the American Political Science Association.
John K.H. Quah, a professor in the Department of Economics, was named an Econometric Society 2020 Fellow.
Erin Rowe's book Black Saints in Early Modern Global Catholicism won the Roland H. Bainton Prize from the Sixteenth Century Society and the Albert C. Outler Prize from the American Society of Church History. Rowe is an associate professor in the Department of History.
Robbie Shilliam, a professor in the Department of Political Science, was elected a vice president of the International Studies Association (2022–23).
Joanne Cavanaugh Simpson's project on the disparate impact of new policing technology in Black communities was named one of the Pulitzer Center's top 20 projects of 2020 in the Social Justice category, of among 1,000 projects supported by Pulitzer Center grants this past year. She is a lecturer in the Writing Seminars.
Yannick Sire, a professor in the Department of Mathematics, was named a fellow of the American Mathematical Society for contributions to analysis and geometry.
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