Members Roe, Rosol, and Sen Honored with Recent Award Wins
Congratulations to three FIC members on their recent awards!
Brian Roe, McCormick professor of Agricultural Policy and Marketing in the department of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics, recently won an award for "Outstanding Committment to Student Education" presented by the Ohio State Pan-Hellenic Association.
Tom Rosol, professor of Veterinary Pathobiology in the Department of Veterinary Biosciences, was presented with the Charles C. Capen Teaching Excellence Award for Graduate Education during the College of Veterinary Medicine's Oath and Hooding ceremony for the Class of 2012. The award is given to a faculty member who displays excellence as an advisor or mentor for students who are master's and doctoral degree candidates.
Chandan K. Sen, professor and associate dean for the College of Medicine, won the "Building Bridges" Excellence Award for the College of Enginering. The annual award, which is only given to a faculty member outside of the College of Engineering, is awarded based on excellence in successful collaborative efforts with the College of Engineering.
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