Adam Werblow, director of the waterfront and head sailing coach at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, has been honored with the Graham Hall Award for Outstanding Service by a College Sailing Professional and inducted into the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association’s Hall of Fame. In Werblow’s 27 years as St. Mary’s College’s sailing coach, the team has Find out more »
Jingqi Fu, professor of Chinese, has published a book, coauthored with three other scholars, titled “Chinese Ethnic Minority Oral Traditions: A recovered Text of Bai Folk Songs in a Sinoexenic Script” (Cambria Press, 2014).
Professor of Art Sue Johnson’s latest exhibition, “Ready-Made Dream,” will be on display through June 1 at the Joy Pratt Markham Gallery, Walton Art Center, in Fayetteville, Ark.
Two St. Mary’s College of Maryland faculty members, Aileen Bailey, professor of psychology, and Julia King, professor of anthropology, have been honored with the college’s Aldom-Plansoen Distinguished Professorships. The Aldom-Plansoen Distinguished Professorship award recognizes the successful professional accomplishments of faculty.
Susan Grogan, professor of political science, is the recipient of St. Mary’s College of Maryland’s Andy Kozak Faculty Contribution to Student Life Award. She was honored during the college’s 2015 Awards Convocation held April 24.
Katharina von Kellenbach, professor of religious studies, is the recipient of St. Mary’s College of Maryland’s Norton T. Dodge Award for Scholarly and Creative Achievement. She was honored during the college’s 2015 Awards Convocation held April 24. A native of West Germany, von Kellenbach studied Evangelical Theology in Berlin and Göttingen (1979-1982) and received her Find out more »
J. Jordan Price, St. Mary’s College professor of biology, has been named Steven Muller Distinguished Professor in the Sciences. Price was honored during the college’s 2015 Awards Convocation held April 24.
Associate Professors of Computer Science Lindsay Jamieson and Alan Jamieson have received a $5,000 Google CS Engagement Award.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics Heather Moon has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant for her project, “Collaborative Research: Data-Driven Applications Inspiring Upper-Division Mathematics.”
Barrett Emerick, assistant professor of philosophy at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, has been named to a list of “40 Under 40: Professors Who Inspire.” The list, which profiles 40 inspirational professors under the age of 40 from select colleges and universities, is featured on the NerdScholar section of NerdWallet.com, a consumer finance website.