, 2022-08-12 00:22:00,
Recent achievements for the campus community were earned by Recent achievements for the campus community were earned by Jonis Agee, Toni Anaya, Hamid Bagheri, Sherilyn Fritz, Holly Hatton-Bowers, Patricia Hoene, Alice Kang, Brittany Kruglick, Carole Levin, Martha Mamo, Casey McLynden, Martha Mamo, Marilyn Moore, Brandi Pessman, Russ Ripa, Tim Rosesler, Maddy Stark, Clay Stevens and Becky Young.
Jonis Agee, Adele Hall Chair of English, has been awarded the Mountain Plains Library Association’s Literary Contribution Award. The award recognizes authors whose published writings have successfully furthered an understanding and appreciation of the Mountain Plains region. Agee was presented the award during the 2022 MPLA Tri-Conference in Missoula, Montana, on Aug. 3-6.
Toni Anaya, associate director, information services and library spaces with the University Libraries, is one of seven librarians from across the United States to receive the American Library Association’s Spectrum Doctoral Fellowship award. Through this fellowship, Anaya will pursue her doctorate in library and information science at Emporia State University. The Spectrum Doctoral Fellowship’s goal is to develop a cohort of racially and ethnically diverse doctoral students focused on advancing racial equity and social justice in library and information science curricula. The Fellows were selected by a distinguished jury of leaders from the five doctoral programs partnered in this program.
Hamid Bagheri, associate professor of computing, and Clay Stevens, doctoral candidate, received an ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper award at the 2022 ACM SIGSOFT International Symposium on Software Testing and Analysis (ISSTA) conference. The paper, “Combining solution reuse and bound tightening for efficient analysis of evolving systems,” examines a novel software verification and analysis technique that can automatically determine domain-specific optimizations and dramatically reduce the cost of repeatedly analyzing evolving systems. Stevens presented the paper at the flagship conference, held online July 18-22.
Sherilyn Fritz, professor of earth and atmospheric sciences, has been newly selected as one of the Distinguished Fellows of 2022 for the International Biography Society. Fellows are chosen based on their outstanding contributions to the mission of our scientific society through excellence in basic research and exceptional service to the field of biogeography….
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