The “genius grant” goes to people of "extraordinary originality and dedication" - http://www.macfound.org/fellows/889/
In Science Times section, Mike Kahana was featured on navigational cells located in human brains - http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/06/science/navigational-cell-systems-located-in-human-brains.html
Society for Psychotherapy Research's 44th international meeting was held in Brisbane, Australia, July 2013 and Rob DeRubeis was recognized with the Distinguished Career Award
The Ira H. Abrams Memorial Award for Distinguished Teaching for Faculty is the highest teaching honor in the School of Arts and Sciences and it is given to a faculty whose teaching is intellectually rigorous and exceptionally coherent and that leads to an informed understanding of a discipline. Recipients of the Ira Abrams Memorial Award are expected to embody high standards of integrity and fairness, to have a strong commitment to learning, and to be open to new ideas.
He will assume the deanship on July 1, 2013, succeeding Dr. Rebecca Bushnell, professor of English, who will return to full-time scholarship and teaching after serving as dean since January 2005. For more information on Dr. Fluharty, please visit http://www.upenn.edu/almanac/volumes/v59/n18/fluharty.html
This chair is one of ten Browne Distinguished Professorships created by the late Christopher H. Browne, C’69, former chairman of the Board of Overseers of the School of Arts and Sciences and trustee of the University of Pennsylvania. The Browne Chairs recognize faculty members who have achieved an extraordinary reputation for scholarly contributions, who have demonstrated great distinction in teaching, and who have demonstrated intellectual integrity and unquestioned commitment to free and open discussion of ideas.