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- Ken Robinson
has received funding from HDR Engineering Inc. of the Carolinas for his proposal, “Historical Research Part of Archaeology Survey — Testing Phase, Piedmont Triad Research Park, Winston-Salem.”
- Steve Whittington
received funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the N.C. Humanities Council for his proposal, “Korea and America: Intersections of Culture Film Series.”
- Bruce King
received funding from the National Institutes of Health and Wake Forest University Health Sciences for his proposal, “Proteomic Profiling of Cancer-Related Redox Signaling Pathways CA126659-A1.” He and Daniel Kim-Shapiro received funding from the National Institutes of Health for their proposal, “Nitric Oxide Donor Compounds for the Treatment of Hemolytic Conditions.”
- David Bispiel
had his third book of poems, “The Book of Men and Women,” accepted for publication (University of Washington Press, June 2009).
- Bob Plemmons
received funding from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research and the University of New Mexico for his proposal, “Combining Imaging and Nonimaging Observations for Improved Space Object Identification.”
- Susan Borwick
published an article on the Czech composer Olga Jekova and critiques of four of her works in Vol. 14 No. 2 of International Alliance for Women in Music (2008).
- Dan Locklair
had Movement V from Rubrics, “The People Respond — Amen!,” used as the closing organ voluntary/recessional for the Martin Luther King Jr. service at the Washington National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.
- David Carroll
received funding from FiberCell Inc. for his proposal, “FiberCell,” and from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research and Kent State University for his proposal, “MURI on Self-Assembled Soft Optical NIMS.”
- Daniel Kim-Shapiro
and Bruce King received funding from the National Institutes of Health for their proposal, “Nitric Oxide Donor Compounds for the Treatment of Hemolytic Conditions.”
- David Coates and Peter Siavelis
co-edited a book, “Getting Immigration Right,” to follow-up the immigration conference held at Wake Forest in 2007, “Immigration: Recasting the Debate.”
- Katy Harriger
has been appointed to the board of directors of the National Issues Forums Institute and to the board of the Wildacres Leadership Initiative. She co-authored Vol. 1 of “American Constitutional Law: Constitutional Structures Separated Powers and Federalism” (Carolina Academic Press, 2009).
- Hank Kennedy
co-authored the sixth edition of “Government and Politics in South Asia” (Westview Press).
- Peter Siavelis
co-published a paper, “Candidate Selection and Recruitment in Latin America: A Framework for Analysis,” in Vol. 50 No. 4 of Latin American Politics and Society (Winter 2008) and a review essay, “Chile: Political Economy,” in Vol. 63 of The Library of Congress Handbook of Latin American Studies, Washington, D.C. (Fall 2008) 549-555.
- Lynn Neal
has accepted a two-year appointment with Young Scholars in American Religion. She has had two articles accepted for publication: “Church History” and “Christianizing the Klan: Alma White, Branford Clarke and the Art of Religious Intolerance.”
School of Medicine
- Gopal Badlani,
urology, has been elected president of the Endourology Society.
- Michel Lischke,
continuing medical education, family and community medicine, Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity and the Women’s Health Center of Excellence, has been inducted as a fellow in the College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
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