Tag: Judith Eisen

Three CSWS faculty affiliates win Fund for Faculty Excellence Awards

June 19, 2018—Three CSWS faculty affiliates are among the 15 UO faculty members selected for the prestigious Fund for Faculty Excellence Awards for 2018-19, which were announced this week by UO Provost Jayanth Banavar.
The three scholars are:

Judith Eisen, professor, biology
Ernesto Martinez, associate professor, ethnic studies
Rocio Zambrana, associate professor, philosophy

Ernesto Martinez is a current member of […]

UO biologist Judith Eisen elected into elite American academy

From Around the O: Judith Eisen honored
April 20, 2018—UO biologist Judith Eisen is best known to the world as a pioneer in using zebrafish as a model to study the nervous system.
On campus, in addition to her research, she played a lead role in establishing the Science Literacy Program and has influenced how faculty members […]

Judith Eisen Named AAAS Fellow

Judith Eisen
November 20, 2018—CSWS faculty affiliate Judith Eisen is among six University of Oregon professors named as fellows by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, among 390 other newly elected members. UO’s five other AAAS fellows and their areas of research are Alice Barkan, biology; Bruce Blonigen, economics; Julie Haack, chemistry and biochemistry; […]

Medical Research Foundation of Oregon honors UO’s Judith Eisen

Judith Eisen
Source: Medical Research Foundation of Oregon to honor UO’s Eisen and Nolen | Around the O
Nov. 12, 2015—Biologist Judith Eisen received the Medical Research Foundation of Oregon’s Discovery Award during its annual banquet “for her seminal work in transforming the aquatic vertebrate model, the zebrafish, into a groundbreaking research model for biomedical science.”
Around the […]

Judith Eisen wins teaching award

Judith Eisen
Editor’s Note: Judith Eisen is a CSWS faculty affiliate.

May 18, 2015—“A professor in the Department of Biology, Judith Eisen has played a leading role in establishing and co-directing the Science Literacy Program.

“The program is a major influence on how faculty teach in biology, chemistry and biochemistry, physics, geological sciences and human physiology. SLP-affiliated courses […]