Johns Hopkins Gazette: April 17, 1995


     Cheers recognizes achievement of consequence among faculty,
staff and students. A separate section records some promotions
and new hires.
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Honors, Awards 
and Appointments

Arts and Sciences
     Eric Eui-Sun Chung, a junior biology major, received the
1995 Golden Key junior scholarship award from the Golden Key
National Honor Society for his outstanding academic achievement.

     Adam F. Falk, assistant professor of physics and astronomy,
was selected  by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to receive a
$30,000 Sloan Research Fellowship to further research efforts in
his field.

     Steve Hanke, professor of applied economics, has been
appointed to the board of governors of the Philadelphia Stock

     Craig Hankin, director of the Homewood Art Workshops, and
Brown Murr, professor of chemistry, were selected for honorary
membership in the Golden Key National Honor Society.

     The Julian C. Stanley Professor of Educational Psychology
chair has been created at the University of Wisconsin, Madison,
to honor Julian C. Stanley, professor of psychology and director
of the Study of Mathematically Precocious Youth. Before coming to
Hopkins in 1967, Dr. Stanley taught at the University of
Wisconsin and was instrumental in creating the Department of
Educational Psychology and the Laboratory of Experimental Design
at that university.

     Maria Zuber, associate professor of earth and planetary
sciences, was selected to receive the NASA Exceptional Scientific
Achievement Medal for unusually significant scientific
contributions toward achievement of aeronautical or space
exploration goals.

Centers and Affiliates
     Three journals from the Johns Hopkins University Press were
honored at an awards banquet at the annual meeting of the
Professional and Scholarly Publishing Division of the Association
of American Publishers, Inc.  Configurations: A Journal of
Literature, Science and Technology was awarded Best New Journal
in Science/Technology/Medicine, and the Journal of Early
Christian Studies took top honors for Best New Journal in
Business/Social Sciences/Humanities. Callaloo, volume 17, number
3: Puerto Rican Women Writers, received an honorable mention for
Best Single Issue of a Journal. The winning books and journals
were chosen from the 350 professional and scholarly works
nominated across the spectrum of science, technology, business
and the humanities.

Continuing Studies
     The school received four marketing communications awards in
the 1994 National University Continuing Education Association's
Marketing and Promotion Awards Competition.  Receiving gold
awards were the Division of Business and Management viewbook and
an advertising campaign for master's degree in business programs
at the school's Washington, D.C., center. Adams Sandler, an
advertising/public relations firm in Baltimore, designed the
winning advertisements. In addition, two newsletters were cited
as bronze award winners.

     Grace Brush, professor of geography and environmental
engineering, was selected as one of seven Bullard Fellows at
Harvard University for 1995-96.

     Joseph Delore Berglund, a senior biomedical engineering
major, was named this year's senior recipient of the 1995 Golden
Key scholarship award by the Golden Key National Honor Society.

     David Harvey, professor of geography and environmental
engineering, has been selected to receive the Patron's Medal of
the Royal Geographical Society for his contributions to critical
human geography. Dr. Harvey, who has taught at Hopkins since
1969, had been previously honored with the Gill Memorial of the
Royal Geographical Society for contributions to theoretical
geography and the Anders Retzius Gold Medal of the Swedish
Society of Anthropology and Geography.

     John Wierman, professor and chair of Mathematical Sciences,
was selected for honorary membership in the Golden Key National
Honor Society.

Hospital and Health System
     Colene Y. Daniel, vice president for Corporate and Community
Services of The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System, has
been named a 1995 Emerging Leader in Healthcare in a competition
co-sponsored by the Healthcare Forum and Korn/Ferry
International. The recipient of numerous awards during her
career, Daniel was named Young Executive of the Year by the
National Association of Health Services Executives in 1994.

     Henry Brem, professor of neurosurgery and oncology, received
the Clemson Award for Applied Research from the Society for
Biomaterials at its annual meeting in San Francisco. The award
recognizes significant utilization or application of basic
knowledge in science to accomplish a significant goal in the
biomaterials area.

     Morton F. Goldberg, director of the Department of
Ophthalmology, received an honorary degree from the University of
Coimbra in Portugal in recognition of his ophthalmic research.

     David L. Guyton, Zanvyl Krieger Professor of Pediatric
Ophthalmology at the Wilmer Eye Institute and director of the
Wilmer Children's Eye Center, received a $55,000 Senior
Scientific Investigator Award from Research to Prevent Blindness
in recognition of his pioneering work in the detection of eye
disease in infants and children. He will use the funds to finance
new pilot projects in his laboratory.

     Matthew D. Ringel, a fellow in the Division of Endocrinology
and Metabolism, has received a 1995 Pfizer Postdoctoral
Fellowship Award, which provides $40,000 for each of the next
three years toward his research on alterations in transmembrane
signaling pathways as a basis for thyroid neoplasia.

     Diane M. Becker, associate professor of internal medicine in
the Johns Hopkins University Schools of Medicine, Public Health
and Nursing, has been selected as a Robert Wood Johnson Health
Policy Fellow for 1995-96. She was among six health professionals
in the nation to be picked for the fellowship program.

     Arlene Butz, associate professor and graduate instructor,
received a four-year grant from the National Institute of Nursing
Research to evaluate drug-exposed infants and children at home
and to study possible interventions. 

     Jacquelyn Campbell, professor in nursing, received a
three-year grant from the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention to evaluate emergency room response to treating abused

     Patricia M. Grimm, assistant professor in nursing, was
elected to the American Association for Cancer Education.

     Ada Romaine-Davis edited the recently published Encyclopedia
of Home Care for the Elderly. She was also elected to membership
in the New York Academy of Sciences.

     Karen Huss was inducated as a fellow in the American Academy
of Nursing.

     Catherine Kelleher, assistant professor in nursing, was
appointed to the American Public Health Association, Public
Health Nursing Section, as chair of the Masters in
Nursing/Masters in Public Health Joint Degree Program Task Force.
She was also appointed to the Education Committee of the
Association of Community Health Nursing Educators.

     Phyllis Naumann, instructor in nursing, was recently elected
to the board of directors of the Maryland League for Nursing.

Changing Places,     
New Faces

     Carol Ann Bloomberg, who was responsible for marketing at
Georgetown University Hospital and Medical Center in Washington,
D.C., from 1984 to 1993, has been appointed director of marketing
for The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System.  She has been
president of Bloomberg and Associates, a health-care marketing
company, since 1994.

     Nancy Hadley Miller has joined the Division of Pediatric
Orthopedic Surgery as an assistant professor. Dr. Miller is
interested in all areas of children's orthopedics, particularly
hip dysplasia, cerebral palsy, congenital limb deformities and
trauma.  Her current research includes exploration of the origins
of scoliosis and a long-term study of surgical treatments for
children with dysplasia.

     Stephanie Reel has been promoted to vice president for
Information Systems at The Johns Hopkins University Hospital and
Health System. She has been acting vice president for Information
Services since December 1994.

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