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University Faculty Scholars

The University Faculty Scholars Program recognizes outstanding faculty members at the West Lafayette campus who are on an accelerated path for academic distinction.  Eligible faculty must hold the rank of tenured associate or full professor and have been in that rank for no more than five years.  Faculty Scholars are appointed for a nonrenewable five year term and receive an annual $10,000 discretionary allocation.

College of Agriculture

  • Scott Briggs, Biochemistry
  • Osvaldo H. Campanella, Agricultural and Biological Engineering
  • Indrajeet Chaubey, Agriculture and Biological Engineering
  • J. Andrew DeWoody, Forestry and Natural Resources
  • Shawn S. Donkin, Animal Sciences
  • Greg J. Hunt, Entomology
  • Joseph Irudayaraj, Agricultural and Biological Engineering
  • Doug Jacobs, Forestry and Natural Resources
  • Lisa J. Mauer, Food Sciences
  • Angus S. Murphy, Horticulture and Landscape Architecture
  • Dev Niyogi, Agronomy
  • Marshall Porterfield, Agricultural and Biological Engineering
  • Gerald E. Shively, Agricultural Economics
  • Weigou 'Andy' Tao, Biochemistry
  • Jin-Ron Xu, Botany and Plant Pathology

College of Health and Human Sciences

  • Wayne W. Campbell, Foods and Nutrition
  • Lisa Goffman, Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences
  • Daniel K. Mroczek, Child Development and Family Studies

College of Education

  • Lynn Bryan, Curriculum & Instruction
  • Emily Buock, Educational Studies
  • Brenda Capobianco, Curriculum and Instruction

College of Engineering

  • Venkataramanan Balakrishnan, Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Barrett S. Caldwell, Industrial Engineering
  • William Chappell, Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • David S. Corti, Chemical Engineering
  • Timothy S. Fisher, Mechanical Engineering
  • Y. Charlie Hu, Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Eric Nauman, Mechanical Engineering
  • Alyssa Panitch, Biomedical Engineering
  • Steven Pekarek, Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Dimitrois Peroulis, Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Arvind Raman, Mechanical Engineering
  • Steven Son, Mechanical Engineering
  • Kendall T. Thomson, Chemical Engineering
  • Amit H. Varma, Civil Engineering
  • Jason Weiss, Civil Engineering

College of Health and Human Sciences

  • Wayne W. Campbell, Foods and Nutrition
  • Lisa Goffman, SLHS
  • Daniel K. Mroczek, Child Development and Family Studies

College of Liberal Arts

  • Kristina K. Bross, English
  • Mohan Dutta, Communication
  • Patrice D. Rankine, Foreign Languages and Literatures
  • Daniel W. Smith, Philosophy
  • Fenggang Yang, Sociology

School of Management

  • Subramanian Balachander, Management
  • David L. Hummels, Economics
  • Deidra J. Schleicher, Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management
  • Justin L. Tobias, Economics

College of Pharmacy

  • Eric Barker, Medicinal Chem & Molecular Pharmacology
  • Lynne Taylor, Industrial and Physical Pharmacy
  • Val J. Watts, Medicinal Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology

College of Science

  • Saugata Basu, Mathematics
  • Mahdi Abu-Omar, Chemistry
  • Jue Chen, Biological Sciences
  • Kyoung-Shin Choi, Chemistry
  • Suresh Jagannathan, Computer Science
  • Sunil Prabhaka, Computer Science
  • Garth Simpson, Chemistry
  • Jeff Trapp, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
  • Jan Vitek, Computer Science
  • Fuqiang Wang, Physics
  • Alexander Wei, Chemistry
  • Dongbin Xiu, Mathematics
  • Daoguo Zhou, Biological Sciences

College of Technology

  • Nicoletta Adamo-Villani, Computer Graphics Technology
  • Bedrich Benes, Computer Graphics Technology
  • Stephen J. Elliott, Industrial Technology
  • Qingyou Han, Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Yi Jiang, Building Construction Management Technology
  • Michael Kane, Computer Information Technology
  • Marcus K. Rogers, Computer & Informational Technology

School of Veterinary Medicine

  • Chang Kim, Comparative Pathobiology
  • Sophie Lelievre, Basic Medical Scienfes