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BRIAN D. BEITZEL (Colorado State University-Pueblo), CAMERON JOHN MCCOY (The University of Oklahoma), and CLAUDIA PETRESCU (Eastern Michigan University) are among forty-five scholars chosen as 2018-19 ACE fellows of the American Council on Education. Beitzel is director of education assessment and accreditation and a professor of educational psychology at the State University of New York at Oneonta. McCoy is associate vice president for economic engagement at Lehigh University. Petrescu is dean of graduate education at Oakland University.

NANCY LOUISE FEY-YENSAN (The University of North Carolina at Charlotte) is the new provost and vice president for academic affairs at Keene State College. She also served at the University of Rhode Island and the University of Connecticut. Fey-Yensan is a graduate of UConn.

SUSANA RIVERA-MILLS (Oregon State University) is the new provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at Ball State University. She is a native of El Salvador and graduate of the University of Iowa and The University of New Mexico.

DEVONEY LOOSER (Arizona State University) was named a John Simon Guggenheim Fellow for 2018 for her book in progress on sister novelists Jane and Anna Maria Porter.

MING LEU (Pennsylvania State University) is the winner of the 2018 Milton C. Shaw Manufacturing Research Medal from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The award recognizes significant fundamental contributions to the science and technology of manufacturing processes. Leu is the Keith and Pat Bailey Missouri Professor of Integrated Product Manufacturing at the Missouri University of Science and Technology. He is a graduate of the National Taiwan University, Penn State, and the University of California at Berkeley.

SARMAD ALBERT RIHANI (University of Maryland) received the W. Gene Corley Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Structural Engineering Institute in April. The award is given in recognition of efforts in support of and advancing and distinguishing structural engineering as a profession, including licenses for structural engineers. Rihani is a graduate of Oregon State University and the University of Maryland.

JAMES E. FOWLER (Mississippi State University), Billie J. Ball Professor and Graduate Program Director of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Mississippi State, is a Southeastern Conference Faculty Achievement Award Winner.

JOHN DONOVAN (University of Central Missouri), an assistant professor at Broward College (North Campus), was named the professor of the year there. He is a graduate of Central Missouri and the University of Colorado Colorado Springs.

JAIME R. TAYLOR (Austin Peay State University) is the new provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at Marshall University. Taylor was previously dean of the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at Austin Peay. He is a graduate of Austin Peay and The University of Tennessee Space Institute.

MICHAEL AHO (East Carolina University) was recently elected Chairman of the ECU Alumni Association Board of Directors. He leads the thirty-member board representing 180,000 alumni. He also serves on the university's Board of Visitors.

LAT0NYA MOTLEY-DELUCIA (California State University, Fullerton) is the new learning design and accessibility specialist at Michigan State University. She previously served at the Wayne State University School of Medicine. Motley-DeLucia is a graduate of California State University, Fullerton.

W. STUART MCDOWELL (Wright State University) was named the Frederick A. White Distinguished Professor of Professional Service at Wright State. He also received the Outstanding Service Award from the College of Liberal Arts. McDowell is the chairman of the Department of Theatre, Dance & Motion Pictures. …

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