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Mary Beth Ofstedal

Mary Beth Ofstedal wins U-M Research Faculty Achievement Award

PSC Honors Archive, 2012

05/25/2012

Mary Beth Ofstedal has won the 2012 Research Faculty Achievement Award from the University of Michigan's Office of the Vice President for Research. This award is given in recognition of “outstanding scholarly achievements, as represented by significant contributions to an academic field of study over time, a specific outstanding discovery, or the development of innovative technology.” The award will be conferred at the annual Faculty Awards Ceremony hosted by U-M President Mary Sue Coleman in fall 2012.

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Mary Beth Ofstedal

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