Steinhardt Faculty Awards, Appointments, Notable Achievements

Rodney Benson, discussed in the Columbia Journalism Review.

Amy Bentley, Senior Research Fellowship at the Smithsonian Institution.

Adam Buchwald, ASHA Fellow Lessons for Success Conference.

Jack Buckley, nominated to serve as Commissioner for the National Center for Education Statistics in the Obama Administration.

Exhibits by Carol Bove and Jesse Bransford, highlighted in The New Yorker.

Deborah Damast, named Dance Educator of the Year by the National Dance Education Organization.

Katherine Dougherty Stahl, Harvard’s 2010 Jeanne Chall Visiting Researcher Award.

Maureen Gallace, featured in the Whitney Biennial.

Benjamin Jacobs,Research in Social Studies Education Award.

Charlton McIlwain, featured in TV Guide channel documentary on Sex on Television.

Marion Nestle, named a Public Health Hero by the University of California at Berkeley; received John Dewey Award for Distinguished Public Service from the Bard Prison Initiative.

Helen Nissenbaum, Privacy in Context reviewed in the Times Literary Supplement.

Pedro Noguera, honorary degree from Bank Street College of Education; Guest editor of The Nation.

Marilyn Nonken, reviewed in the New York Times.

Elizabeth Norman, Stuart G. Christain Jr. Lecture. Virginia Historical Society. Tears in the Darkness, co-authored by Elizabeth Norman, “best nonfiction of 2009” lists, New York Times bestseller list.

Arvind Rajagopal, Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford.

Diane Ravitch, discussed in Chronicle of Higher Education, New York Times, Education Week, etc.: The Death and Life of the Great American School System

Lisa Sasson, named Dietetics Educator of the Year, NYS Dietetics Educators Association.

Judith Schwartz, Fulbright specialist post at the National College of Arts and Design, Dublin.

Carola Suarez-Orozco, Chair of the APA Presidential Task Force on Immigration.

Julia Wolfe, nominated for Pulitzer Prize in music.