Heriberto Godina, curriculum
and instruction, named by Iowa First Lady Christie
Vilsack to her Stories 2000 Board of Directors.
Kim Gordon, occupational and environmental health,
elected to the Board of Directors for the American
Association of Occupational Health Nurses.
Linda K. Kerber, history and law, voted president-elect
of the American Historical Association, the country’s
largest and oldest organization for professional
Neal Kohatsu, epidemiology, appointed by the Governor
of Iowa to the Iowa Food Policy Council.
William S. Kurth, physics and astronomy, elected
secretary of the Space Physics and Aeronomy Solar
and Heliospheric Physics Section of the American
University of Iowa Foundation, recipient of several
awards from the Council for the Advancement and Support
of Education District V “Pride of CASE V” competition—gold
awards in the annual report and special event invitations
and collateral material categories, and silver and
bronze awards in the print advertising category.
University of Iowa Press, publisher of two books
named outstanding academic titles by Choice magazine,
a publication of the Association of College and Research
Libraries, a division of the American Library Association.
The honored books are Tell This Silence: Asian
American Women Writers and the Politics of Speech by Patti
Duncan and Looking Glasses and Neverlands: Lacan,
Desire, and Subjectivity in Children’s Literature by Karen Coats.