Kudos

Kudos are monthly compilations of noteworthy awards, achievements and grants received by Columbian College faculty, students and alumni. Articles published in academic journals are also included among these recognitions.

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Recent Recognition

June 15, 2020

Junior Jayden Bourne (Human Services and Social Justice) was quoted by Inside Higher Ed in the articleOrganizing for Change.”

Lisa Bowleg (Psychological & Brain Sciences) published the article “We’re Not All in This Together: On COVID-19, Intersectionality, and Structural Inequality” in the American Journal of Public Health.

Stephen Boyes (Chemistry) received a $287,129 grant from the National Science Foundation to develop a new technique for chemically attaching polymers to surfaces, an essential process in biotechnology, nanotechnology and the production of coating applications.

Matt Eich (Arts & Design) published the book The Seven Cities (Sturm & Drang, 2020).

Kip Lornell (Arts & Design) received the 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association for Recorded Sound Collections.

J. Houston Miller (Chemistry) was awarded a grant for $501,785 from Mesa Photonics and the U.S. Department of Energy to record concentrations of greenhouse gases throughout the atmosphere.

Linda S. Miller, BA ’99 (History), MPP ’05, was appointed deputy executive director of the federal Pandemic Response Accountability Committee.