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Fellows of the Graduate School

Fellows of the Graduate School

The Fellows of The Graduate School is an organization that recognizes distinguished researchers and scholars from throughout the University of Cincinnati. In addition to their outstanding individual accomplishments, Fellows are generally among the most experienced and accomplished graduate-student mentors at the University.  

New Fellows are elected annually by the current Fellows and are then appointed for life by the Board of Trustees. Criteria for election include evidence of outstanding scholarly and/or artistic attainment. The Fellows therefore constitute a significant resource of talent, experience and intellect at the university. 

While election is intended partly to honor distinguished faculty, Fellows meet regularly to discuss matters arising at the university, and the Fellows have functioned in important advisory roles in graduate education and research, including planning and development. They are also called upon regularly to provide feedback on new initiatives and to review research proposals at all levels of the university.

Barbara Ramusack

Graduate Fellow Barbara Ramusack, expert on the history of India, Fulbright Award recipient in 2001, recipient of the 2005 Rieveschl Award for Creative and Scholarly Works

Peter Stambrook

Graduate Fellow Peter Stambrook, expert on molecular genetics, Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, recipient of the 2011 Rieveschl Award for Distinguished Scientific Research

Andrew Steckl

Graduate Fellow Andrew Steckl, expert on solid state microelectronics, Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, recipient of the 2006 Rieveschl Award for Distinguished Scientific Research