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2012 Awards & Honors

David R. Black, professor of Health and Kinesiology

  • Purdue University Excellence in Research Award

Wayne CampbellWayne Campbell, professor of nutrition science

James C. Fleet, professor of nutrition science

  • Lafayette Lions Club Cancer Research Award

Jennifer Freeman, assistant professor of health sciences

Sebastien Helie, assistant professor of psychological sciences

Jessica Huber, associate professor of speech, language, and hearing sciences

Jeff Karpicke, assistant professor of psychological sciences

Shelley MacDermid Wadsworth, professor of human development and family studies

James S. NairNe, Reece McGee Distinguished Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences

  • Elected as a Fellow of the Society of Experimental Psychologists (the oldest and most prestigious honorary society in Psychology)

Meghan Norris, assistant professor of consumer science

  • Cleo Fitzsimmons Distinguished Young Faculty Research Award

David Rollock, associate professor of psychological sciences

Preeti M. Sivasankar, associate professor of speech, language and hearing sciences

  • Purdue University Seeds for Success Award (given in recognition of the accomplishments of single investigators and teams of investigators for their efforts in obtaining a $1 million dollar or more research grant)

Connie Weaver, head and distinguished professor of nutrition science

  • Herbert Newby McCoy Award (the most prestigious research honor given by Purdue University)

Oliver Wendt, Assistant Professor of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences

Shawn WhitemanShawn D. Whiteman, associate professor of human development and family studies

RONNIE B. WILBUR, Professor of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences

  • Center for Social Sciences Fellowship (aka Center for Behavioral and Social Sciences)
    This center at Purdue University supports scholarly endeavors in the social sciences, broadly defined. Proposals are judged on scholarly merit, clarity of presentation, and potential for (a) integrating some existing body of literature or experimentation, or (b) defining and elucidating new problems and areas for research.

Howard Zelaznik, professor of health and kinesiology and associate vice president for research