Honors and awards

April 2022

Printing services captures four top production awards

Printing services won four awards in the Association of College and University Printers' (ACUP+) 2022 production awards. They are:

  • Gold: Digital production (Large Shop), Multiple Piece (ISU Cyber Guide)
  • Gold: Digital production (Large Shop), Multiple Page (Octagon Center for the Arts booklet)
  • Gold: Offset production: Multiple Page ("Your Land" magazine for landscape architecture)
  • Platinum: Offset production, Multiple Piece ("Spend Smart, Eat Smart" campaign literature)

Duwe selected for NSF CAREER award

Henry Duwe, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, has been selected for a 2022 National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) award for his project "Toward Dependable Intelligent Computing on Batteryless Intermittent Devices." CAREER awards are the NSF’s most prestigious awards given to early-career faculty. The support aims to build a firm foundation for leadership in integrating research and education. Duwe will receive over $500,000 to develop and execute his project over the next five years.

Three faculty honored by American Phytopathological Society

The American Phytopathological Society (APS) recognized three ISU plant pathology and microbiology faculty for their contributions and impacts in research, teaching and extension.

Professor Steven Whitham was named an APS fellow, one of 10 to receive the honor this year. APS members are recognized with the fellow distinction for their significant contributions in research, teaching, administration, professional and public service and/or extension and outreach.

Professor Leonor Leandro received the APS Excellence in Teaching award, and associate professor Daren Mueller received the APS Excellence in Extension award. 

2021 CYtation Award winners honored

Forty-one employees -- 16 individuals and four teams -- received the Professional & Scientific Council CYtation Award for their outstanding work and contributions in 2021, and were honored at a March 24 ceremony. The CYtation Awards recognize P&S employees, particularly those who might not otherwise receive public recognition, who go above and beyond the call of duty, do something extraordinarily well, and act in such a way as to make a real difference in the institution.