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Please join me in congratulating our colleagues, Professor Andrew Blaustein and Professor Stephen Giovannoni for being selected as Oregon State University’s 2012 Distinguished Professors. The Distinguished Professor award has been presented annually since 1988 to outstanding active OSU faculty members who have achieved national and/or international stature as a result of their contributions to scholarship/creative activity, research, education, and service, and whose work has been notably influential in their fields of specialization.
Stephen Giovannoni is a microbiologist and international leader in the study of marine microbes through advanced molecular techniques, and Andrew Blaustein is a zoologist who studies animal behavior and conservation biology, and one of the world’s leading experts on biodiversity and amphibian declines. These two OSU scientists have received millions of dollars in grants supporting their research from the National Science Foundation and other agencies, produced scores of professional publications in leading journals, and received numerous other awards for both their teaching and research.
We hope you will join us on Wednesday, May 9th for lectures by both of this year’s Distinguished Professors.
May 9, 2012
10:30AM -11:45AM - lecture by Stephen Giovannoni
2:00PM – 3:15PM – lecture by Andrew Blaustein
CH2M Hill Alumni Center
These lectures are a part of the Recognizing Excellence events planned in May. To learn more about the other events, visit http://oregonstate.edu/urm/events/recognizing-excellence.
Again, congratulations to Professors Blaustein and Giovannoni!
Provost and Executive Vice President