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Janice Musfeldt, professor of chemistry, received a 2010 Chancellor’s Award for Research and Creative Achievement for her work in the development of high magnetic field spectroscopy, especially of complex materials.

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Elizabeth Howell, professor in biochemistry and cellular and molecular biology, received a 2010 Chancellor’s Award for Research and Creative Achievement for her work on the structure and function of the enzyme dihydrofolate reductase as a model for protein design.

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Mongi Abidi, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, received a 2010 Chancellor’s Award for Research and Creative Achievement for his work in three-dimensional image processing.

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Lynn Sacco, assistant professor of history, received the 2010 Jefferson Prize at the Chancellor’s Awards Banquet. Sacco’s book, Unspeakable: Father-Daughter Incest in American History, is being widely praised for its combination of medical, legal, and social approaches to incest.