Lang, Neiman receive CLAS Outstanding Outreach and Public Engagement Award

Lang, Neiman receive CLAS Outstanding Outreach and Public Engagement Award

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) at the University of Iowa has announced two winners of the 2018 CLAS Outstanding Research and Public Engagement Award: Associate Professor Cornelia Lang, of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, and Associate Professor Maurine Neiman, of the Department of Biology.

The award honors CLAS faculty members who have engaged in activities that bring the university to broader communities in significant and sustained ways.

CLAS Dean Chaden Djalali said the professors’ work is essential to the University of Iowa’s mission.

“Alongside their excellent teaching and research, Professors Lang and Neiman are fulfilling a crucial role of a public state research university by bringing their expertise to Iowans in exciting and innovative ways,” Djalali said. “Our college is proud of their achievements, and on behalf of all of us in CLAS, I congratulate them on this richly deserved recognition.”

The awards were presented at the CLAS Faculty Honors Celebration on April 16, 2018.

Contacts: 

Nic Arp, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, 319-335-2818

News For: 
News About: