Campus News newark.osu.edu Lerner Appointed to Distinguished Speakers Bureau (Continued from front page) August 2-4 Pelotonia donates 100 percent of every dollar raised directly to The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center–Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC–James). Ohio State Newark’s team “Team Buckeye - Rolling for a Cure” will participate in this year’s Pelotonia held August 2, 3 & 4. Please contact KimManno if you are interested in purchasing raffle tickets for Ohio State football tickets and more prizes at firstname.lastname@example.org . To donate go to: go.osu.edu/newarkpelotonia The Ohio State University at Newark has announced the recipients of the 2018-19 Professional Standards faculty awards. Each year, the university recognizes excellence in teaching, service, mentoring and scholarship through a variety of awards programs. Tenured and non-tenured faculty are honored for their distinguished contributions to the betterment of the university community in several areas. Faculty Service Award Tenure-track: John Harper, PhD, Math Tenured: Andy Roberts, PhD, Evolution, Ecology and Organismal Biology Scholarly Accomplishment Award Tenure-track: ÖzlemDoğan Ekici, PhD, Chemistry, Biochemistry Tenured: Alcira Dueñas, PhD, History Ohio State Newark Announces 2019 Faculty Professional Standards Awards TM Excellence in Teaching Award Tenure-track: JimWirth, PhD, Psychology Tenured: Dana Munteanu, PhD, Classics/Latin Lecturer: CarrieWysocki Robert A. Barnes Award for Exemplary Teaching Mitchell Lerner, PhD, History Faculty Award for Mentoring of Undergraduate Research ElizabethWeiser, PhD, English Best NewUndergraduate Mentor ÖzlemDoğan Ekici, PhD, Chemistry, Biochemistry An expert on Korean-American international relations and security policy, Mitchell Lerner, PhD, has been appointed to the Distinguished Speakers Bureau of the Northeast Asia Council of the Association for Asian Studies. “This is one of the proudest moments of my career,” explains Lerner. “I am honored to have been selected for such an important position.” An associate professor of history and director of the Institute for Korean Studies at The Ohio State University, Lerner is one of only three speakers in Korean studies appointed for the 2019-2022 term. Lerner is available to speak on three topics: “Understanding North Korea,” “The Second KoreanWar,” and “The KoreanWar, the Civil Rights Movement and the American Homefront.” A faculty associate with the Mershon Center for International Security Studies and an associate editor for the Journal of American-East Asian Relations , Lerner is also a senior advisor to the North Korea International Documentation Project at theWoodrowWilson Center for Scholars. In 2005, he won the Ohio State Alumni Association Distinguished Teaching Award, the university’s highest teaching honor, and in 2017 he won the Ohio Academy of History Distinguished Teaching Prize. Roads Scholars Tour confident campus leader after finding the support she needed to find herself. It started when an academic advisor helped Ashley determine that the psychology major was the perfect fit for her personality. Next, a professor mentored her by helping her to dive into the major and research in the field. Moore was also encouraged to use her experience to become an academic peer coach—a role in which she now mentors others. She also shared her excitement about being chosen as a Sesquicentennial Scholar, “The scholarship promotes values that I personally strive toward such as philanthropy, leadership and engagement.” Assistant Professor of Physics Michael Stamatikos, PhD, deftly wove pop culture references and jokes into his comments about STEM education and its workforce, humankind’s place in the universe(s), the work being done at the SciDome and how Ohio State is fulfilling the recommendation of the founding fathers. “Thomas Jefferson and other founding fathers shared the opinion that an educated electorate is needed for a properly functioning government. Ohio State’s motto ‘Disciplina in civitatem: education for citizenship’ means we are constantly working to provide that educated electorate.” Attendees also enjoyed music from the HeiseyWind Ensemble, time with Ohio State icons Brutus Buckeye and DrumMajor Konner Barr and camaraderie with fellow Buckeyes.