- Bryan Van Scoy, assistant professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, recently received the 2021 IEEE Control Systems Magazine Outstanding Paper Award. Van Scoy and five co-authors were honored during a virtual conference of the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Conference on Decision and Control. Their paper, titled “Tutorial on Dynamic Average Consensus: The Problem, Its Applications, and the Algorithms,” focuses on the basic algorithms that multiple agents, such as drones, computers, or cell phones, can use to cooperatively solve complex problems.
- Rodney Coates, professor of Global and Intercultural Studies, participated in the History of Voting Rights in America webinar hosted by Cincinnati anchor/reporter Courtis Fuller and presented by the HTV African American + Black Employee Resource Group and the Hearst Newspapers Women of Color Affinity Group.
- Ganiva Reyes, assistant professor of Teacher Education, has been selected for the Early Career Award from the American Educational Research Association’s Special Interest Group on Critical Issues in Curriculum & Cultural Studies. The Early Career Award recognizes a scholar in the early stages of their career who has conducted a distinguished program of cumulative education research in any field of educational inquiry.
- Katherine Cho, assistant professor of Educational Leadership, has received the Spencer Foundation Award for her project, "A Laborious Space: Experiences and Working Conditions of Campus Staff of Color amidst COVID-19." The award invests in education research that cultivates learning and transforms lives.
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