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Spotlight: Associate Prof. Maniates honored as education partner by SF nonprofit & Prof. Rader's 99 Poems for the 99 Percent climbs to No. 1.

-Dru Bhattacharya, and Associate Professor — Master's in Public Health, was named the 2014 recipient of the Early Career Award for Excellence in Public Health Law by the American Public Health Association’s Law Section in September. The award is given annually to an individual who demonstrates great promise as a future leader in the field of public health law.

Borges, Wanda -Wanda Borges, Associate Dean for Graduate Programs and Community Partnerships; Nancy Green, Assistant Professor; and Jessie Jones-Bell, Adjunct Professor — School of Nursing and Health Professions, received a $44,397 grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation in September. The award will support Advancing the Policy and Regulatory Considerations for Nurse Residencies and Transition to Practice Programs: A National Dialogue — an upcoming national forum of nursing leadership in practice and education intended to address policy and regulatory issues in the field.

-Rachel Brahinsky, Director and Assistant Professor — Master's in Urban Affairs, presented the talk "Whither Left Coast Progressivism?" at the European Urban Research Association City Futures III conference in June in Paris.

-Kathleen CollColl, Kathleen, Assistant Professor — Politics, presented the talk "Steps Towards Realizing Democracy’s Promise: Immigrants Voting Rights in the U.S" at the European Urban Research Association City Futures III conference in June in Paris.

-David Griffis, Adjunct Professor, School of Management, was selected as one of Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity’s outstanding faculty members for 2013-14. Griffis was honored because of his passion for for the fraternity's values of intellectual curiosity, leadership potential, commitment to service, and personal excellence.

-Helen Maniates, Assistant Professor — Teacher Education, won the Education Partner Award in May from the nonprofit Mo' Magic, which provides early intervention program for at-risks kids. Maniates and her USF reading-specialist students provide summer reading to Mo' Magic kids.

-Keally McBride, Associate Professor — Politics, was a panelist at the European Urban Research Association City Futures III conference in June in Paris.

Rader, Dean-Dean Rader, Professor — English, edited the book 99 Poems for the 99 Percent, a new collection of poems by current and past poets. The collection climbed to No. 1 on the Small Press Distribution Poetry Bestsellers list in September.

Sankalia, Tanu -Tanu Sankalia, Director and Associate Professor — Urban and Studies, was a panelist at the European Urban Research Association City Futures III conference in June in Paris.

-Mary Seed, Professor; and Jessie Jones-Bell, Adjunct Professor; and Cathryn Halford, Adjunct Professor — School of Nursing and Health Professions, received a $44,537 grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation in September. The award will support the USF Ambulatory Care Training Institute by providing a toolkit for and consultation to other schools to develop transition-to-practice programs for new graduates.

-Mary Kate Wood, Assistant Dean; and Jessie Jones-Bell, Adjunct Professor — School of Nursing and Health Professions, received a $97,600 grant from the Kaiser Permanente Northern California Fund for Health Education in September. The award will support the RN Community-Based Transition to Practice Program, which builds the capacity of community-based care providers by preparing newly graduated RNs to succeed in these unique settings.

-John Zarobell, Chair — European Studies and Assistant Professor — International Studies, was a panelist at the European Urban Research Association City Futures III conference in June in Paris.

— Update 09/11/2014 —