Johns Hopkins Gazette: March 20, 1995


     "Cheers" recognizes achievement of consequence among
faculty, staff and students. A separate section records some
promotions and new hires.
     We welcome contributions submitted in writing accompanied by
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and contents.

Honors, awards 
and appointments

Arts and Sciences
     Ghislaine D. Godenne, professor of psychology, has been
chosen to receive the 1995 Schonfeld Award from the American
Society for Adolescent Psychiatry for her contributions to the
field of adolescent and youth psychiatry.

Public Health
     Pearl German, professor emerita in Health Policy and
Management, has been appointed by outgoing Maryland Gov. William
Donald Schaefer as a member of the Maryland delegation attending
the White House Conference on Aging, to be held May 2 to 5 in
Washington, D.C.
     Alan Goldberg, professor in Environmental Health Sciences
and director of the Center for Alternatives to Animal Testing,
was recently invited to serve on the working group for validation
criteria of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and
Development, an organization of international regulatory agencies
concerned with animal research.
     Charles Hall, a doctoral candidate in Biostatistics,
received an Eastern North American Region of the International
Biometrics Society Student Travel Award for his paper, "Added
Variable Plots for Regression with Dependent Data."
     Richelle Lewis, budget analyst for the Center for
Alternatives to Animal Testing, has been appointed communications
coordinator for the East Baltimore Caucus of the Johns Hopkins
University Women's Forum.
     Liza Solomon, instructor in Epidemiology, was appointed to
serve on the health care transition team of newly elected
Maryland Gov. Parris Glendening.
     Joanne Zurlo, research associate in Environmental Health
Sciences and associate director of the Center for Alternatives to
Animal Testing, was appointed chairwoman of the Committee on
Public Communications of the Society of Toxicology, the largest
professional group of toxicologists in the world.
     This year's recipients of the Friends of International
Health Student Scholarship Awards include Guida Rotllant, Amal
Khoury, Vaishali Bhikhubhai Popat, Maja Altarac and Asghar
Nazeer. Funds for the $1,500 awards are donated annually from
friends of the School of Public Health in the Baltimore

     Dean Paul D. Wolfowitz was appointed by President Clinton to
a commission that will study the missions of the intelligence

Changing places,
new faces

     Suzanne Eichner has been promoted to assistant registrar in
the School of Public Health.
     David Everett has been appointed by the School of Arts and
Sciences as coordinator for the part-time graduate writing
program in Washington, D.C. He will also teach on a regular basis
and will be instrumental in initiating and guiding a new
concentration in journalism.
     Flora Wharton has been promoted to assistant director of
financial aid at the School of Public Health.

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