Names in the News: January 11, 2010
Monday, January 11, 2010
Wang appointed to EBM editorial board
George Wang, associate professor in human nutrition, has been appointed to the editorial board for Experimental Biology and Medicine.
The journal is “dedicated to the publication of multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary research in the biomedical sciences. Published monthly, EBM provides both research and review articles as well as meeting symposia and brief communications. Articles in EBM represent cutting edge research at the overlapping junctions of the biological, physical and engineering sciences that impact upon the health and welfare of the world's population,” according to its website.
Wang replaces Denis Mediros, head of the Department of Human Nutrition, who finished his board term in December.
PCMA spotlight illuminates Barrett
Betsy Barrett was featured recently in the Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA) Member Spotlight!
Barrett is associate professor in hospitality management and dietetics.
Athletic training student named Academic All-American
JuliAnne Chisholm, a junior in athletic training and pre-medicine, has been recognized for her combined efforts on the court and in the classroom. She was selected to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American Volleyball Team. She received third team honors and is the fourth Academic All-America in K-State history.
Mortar Board honors Sauer
Kevin Sauer was honored recently by local chapter of Mortar Board College Senior Honor Society. An assistant professor in hospitality management and dietetics, Sauer is one of 11 tapped as outstanding faculty and staff on campus.
Fees speaker at graduation
Bronwyn Fees, associate professor of family studies and human services, was keynote speaker at fall graduation ceremonies for the College of Human Ecology Dec. 12 in McCain Auditorium.
Commencement ceremonies were shown Dec. 15-17 on K-State TV, channel 8 on campus and on Cox Cable in Manhattan and Junction City. Playback for Human Ecology was at 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 16.
Prepared by Human Ecology communications