ceremony to honor top researchers
A seminar and reception to honor the recipients of the 2002 Albert
E. Levy Scientific Research Award will be in the Rollins Room of
the School of Public Health, Sept. 12 at
Each year one junior and one senior faculty member are selected
by the University Research Committee for recognition of their research
and for receipt of a monetary award. Each recpient will give a brief
talk presenting their research.
This year’s junior faculty member, Krishna Bhat, assistant
professor of cell biology, will deliver his lecture, “Regulation
of Asymmetric Division of Neural Stem Cells by Axon Guidance Molecules.”
The senior faculty member, Harriet Robinson, Asa Griggs Candler
Professor of Micro-biology and Immunology and chief of microbiology
and immunology at Yerkes will speak about, “New Hope for an
The event is free and open to the public.
NCAA Woman of the Year
Andrea Pawliczek (’02C) has been chosen as the NCAA Woman
of the Year from the state of Georgia. Winners are selected on the
basis of academic and athletic accomplishments as well as community
Pawliczek, from Lexington, Mass., was picked from a pool that included
athletes from all Georgia universities, including Division I schools
like the University of Georgia and Georgia Tech.
A two-time All-American goalie on the women’s soccer team
and a two-year starter on the women’s basketball team, Pawliczek
graduated with a 3.99 GPA and a double major in economics and history.
Pawliczek is one of 51 state winners. From those winners, 10 will
to attend the Nov. 2 banquet where the national winner will be announced.