Paper on Electric Vehicle Range Anxiety Awarded 2015 Human Factors Prize
The Human Factors and Ergonomics Society congratulates Thomas Franke, Nadine Rauh, Madlen Günther, Maria Trantow, and Josef F. Krems on receiving the 2015 Human Factors Prize for their article, “Which Factors Can Protect Against Range Stress in Everyday Usage of Battery Electric Vehicles? Toward Enhancing Sustainability of Electric Mobility Systems.”
– Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
UNF Engineering Professor Earns National 2015 Educator of the Year Award
Dr. Adel ElSafty, professor of civil environmental engineering at the University of North Florida, was named 2015 Educator of the Year by the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute, a national scientific, technical and professional institute for the precast concrete structures industry.
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– University of North Florida
UVA Darden School, Concordia and US Department of State Secretary’s Office of Global Partnerships Announce TV White Space Partnership in the Danajon Reef as Winner of P3 Impact Award
Winner of the P3 Award announced
– University of Virginia Darden School Foundation
$300 Million University of Florida College of Engineering Transformation Begins with $50 Million Naming Gift
Dr. Herbert Wertheim and the Dr. Herbert and Nicole Wertheim Family Foundation have committed $50 million to launch a $300 million public and private investment in the University of Florida’s College of Engineering.
– University of Florida
Digital World Map Broadens Scope for Middle Ages Teaching and Research
Online users can now travel back in time to the medieval world by clicking through a collection of international research on the first digital platform of its kind from The University of Texas at Austin
– University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin)
National Communication Association Announces New Digital Repository of Anti-Bullying Research and Resources
The National Communication Association (NCA) announces the launch of the NCA Anti-Bullying Digital Repository, providing access to the valuable work that the nation’s Communication scholars have done to help others understand and stop social aggression. The launch of the new repository marks the beginning of National Bullying Prevention Month.
– National Communication Association
OU School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering Recognized Nationally for Diversity and Inclusion
The School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering in the Gallogly College of Engineering at the University of Oklahoma was recently selected as one of only five universities in the nation to participate in a special Transforming Engineering Culture to Advance Inclusion and Diversity program. The diversity program selected the school to help support and continue its ongoing efforts to attract and retain women and underrepresented minority students and faculty.
– University of Oklahoma, College of Engineering
European Funding Grant Boosts Liberal Arts at Warwick
The University of Warwick has been awarded a prestigious grant to develop the teaching of Liberal Arts degrees in partnership with a number of other European universities.
– University of Warwick
University of Maryland School of Social Work-Led Study Seeks to Prevent Suicide Among Middle-Aged Men, an at-Risk Group
Interdisciplinary researchers across the nation, led by Jodi Jacobson Frey, PhD, MSW, and Tanya Sharpe, PhD, MSW, will examine an online screening tool and an online therapeutic program known as Man Therapy, specifically addressing some of the gender-specific issues that increase the risk of suicide for men, including their reluctance to seek help and follow through with treatment.Media embedded: Image(s)
– University of Maryland, Baltimore