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University Faculty Scholars Program

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The University Faculty Scholars Program was established in 2012 by Chancellor Woodson to recognize and reward emerging academic leaders among our faculty. Each year, approximately twenty (20) tenured or tenure-track faculty scholars are identified to receive this honor.  Faculty members selected as University Faculty Scholars will carry the title for a five-year period and receive a $10,000 annual supplement that may be used for supplemental salary and benefits or programmatic support.

2015-16 Faculty Scholars Named - 11.16.15, NC State News


2015-16 University Faculty Scholars

  • Rodolphe Barrangou, associate professor of food, bioprocessing and nutrition sciences
  • Andrew Behnke, associate professor of youth, family and community sciences
  • Chase Beisel, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering
  • Sarah Desmarais, associate professor of psychology
  • Adriana de Souza e Silva, associate professor of communication
  • Ahmed El-Shafei, associate professor of textile engineering, chemistry, and science
  • Jody Gookin, associate professor of clinical sciences
  • Karen Hollebrands, professor of STEM education
  • He (Helen) Huang, associate professor of biomedical engineering
  • Jacob Jones, professor of materials science and engineering
  • Eric Laber, assistant professor of statistics
  • Fanxing Li, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering
  • Carolyn Mattingly, associate professor of biological sciences
  • Melinda Morrill , associate professor of economics
  • Branda Nowell , associate professor of public administration
  • Sunkyu Park, associate professor of forest biomaterials
  • Leslie Sombers, associate professor of chemistry
  • David Tarpy, professor of entomology
  • Joseph Tracy, associate professor of materials science and engineering
  • Lingjuan Wang-Li, associate professor of biological and agricultural engineering
  • Gavin Williams, associate professor of chemistry
  • Yong Zhu, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering

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