Faculty & Staff Notes

Mary Hysell Lynd, Ph.D., R.N., C.N.L., will be inducted as a Fellow in the Academy of Nursing Education at the National League of Nursing Summit in September 2012. Lynd is an adjunct professor and a professor emerita in the Wright … Continue reading

Bruce Cromer, professor of Acting and Movement in the Department of Theatre Arts, Dance, and Motion Pictures, will play Dan in the Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati’s rock musical “Next to Normal” during the second and third weeks of June.  This … Continue reading

Peter K. Lauf, M.D., professor emeritus, physiology & biophysics, pathology, has been selected by the American Physiological Society to participate in its “Living Legends in Physiology History” project. The Society encourages its members to interview senior physiologists at their institutions … Continue reading

Nadja Grobe, Ph.D., postdoctoral research fellow in pharmacology and toxicology with the Boonshoft School of Medicine, won first place in the poster competition at the Gordon Research Conference on Angiotensin. The title of her paper is “Novel insights into renal … Continue reading

Archivist Gino Pasi’s paper, “Wine of Redemption: A Second-Generation Italian American Continues a Wine Making Tradition” was accepted for presentation at Mercyhurst University’s 4th Biennial Colloquium on the Americas coming up April 13-14 in Erie, PA. The colloquium theme this … Continue reading

Dr. Yanfang Chen is now on the Associate Editorial Board at American Journal of Cardiovascular Disease as well as the Editorial Board at CNS Neuroscience and Therapeutics. CNS Neuroscience & Therapeutics provides a medium for publication of original research papers, … Continue reading

The University Libraries’ Sue Polanka, Head of Reference & Instruction, edited two newly-released books: “No Shelf Required 2: Use and Management of Electronic Books” and “The No Shelf Required Guide to E-book Purchasing,” published by the American Library Association and … Continue reading

Kim Jungdahl, Assistant Director of Career Services, presented “Career counseling: The often overlooked path to mental health” at the All Ohio Counselors Conference on November 3rd.

Bruce Cromer, professor of Acting and Movement in the Department of Theatre Arts, Dance, and Motion Pictures, will play Scrooge in the Cincinnati Playhouse’s “A Christmas Carol” during the month of December.  This is Cromer’s 7th year as Charles Dickens’ … Continue reading

Donna Miles Curry, nursing and health, was selected as the recipient of the 2011 Excellence in Education Award presented by the Ohio Association of Advanced Practice Nurses. She will receive her award in Columbus, OH, on 11/3/11 Detrice Barry, nursing … Continue reading