Guggenheim Fellows

From the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation: "Often characterized as 'midcareer' awards, Guggenheim Fellowships are intended for men and women who have already demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability in the arts."

The following faculty members of The Ohio State University have been recognized as Guggenheim Fellows.

CURRENT FACULTY
  • Julia Andrews, Distinguished University Professor of History of Art
  • James Bartholomew, Professor of History of Science & Technology, 2001 Humanities
  • James Beatty, Professor of Astronomy-Astrophysics, 2001 Natural Sciences
  • Barbara Becker-Cantarino, Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, 1985 Humanities
  • Morris Beja, Professor of English, 1972 Humanities
  • Alan Beyerchen, Professor of History, 1983 Humanities
  • Kevin Boyle, Humanities Distinguished Professor of History, 2001 Humanities
  • John Brooke, Humanities Distinguished Professor of History, 1997 Humanities
  • Henri Cole, Professor of Poetry, 2005 Creative Arts
  • Sarah Cole, Professor of LIterary Criticism, 2014 Humanities
  • Alice Conklin, Professor of History, 2000 Humanities
  • Ovidiu Costin, Professor of Mathematics, 2008 Natural Sciences
  • Kevin R. Cox, Professor of Geography & Environmental Studies, 2000 Social Sciences
  • Dick Davis, Professor of Near Eastern Studies, 1999 Humanities
  • Robert C. Davis, Professor of History, 1999 Renaissance History
  • Carter Findley,┬áProfessor of History, 2003 Humanities
  • Avner Friedman, Distinguished University Professor of Mathematics, 1966 Natural Sciences
  • Fritz Graf, Distinguished University Professor of Classics, 2004 Humanities
  • Barbara Hanawalt, Professor of History, 1988 Humanities
  • David Haskell, Professor of Science Writing, 2014 Creative Arts
  • Robert Hite, Professor of Fine Arts, 2014 Creative Arts
  • Tin-Lun Ho, Professor of Physics, 1999 Natural Sciences
  • Andrew Hudgins, Professor of Poetry, 2004 Creative Arts
  • Gregory Jusdanis, Professor of Near Eastern Studies, 1992 Humanities
  • Steven Kern, Humanities Distinguished Professor of History, 2002 Humanities
  • Bruce A. Kimball, Professor of Education, 2011 Social Sciences
  • John N. King, Distinguished University Professor and Humanities Distinguished Professor of English and of Religious Studies, 2009 Bibliography
  • Joseph Lynch, Professor of History, 1999 Humanities
  • Judith Mayne, Distinguished Humanities Professor of French, 2008 Film, Video and Radio Studies
  • Bebe Miller, Professor of Choreography, 1975 Creative Arts
  • Henry Moscovici, Professor of Mathematics, 1995 Natural Sciences
  • John E. Mueller, Woody Hayes Chair of National Security Studies at the Mershon Center for International Security Studies, 1987 Political Science
  • Ardine Nelson, Professor of Photography, 2008 Creative Arts
  • Geoffrey Parker, Distinguished University Professor and Andreas Dorpalen Professor of European History and Associate of the Mershon Center for International Security Studies, 2001 Humanities
  • Amy Shuman, Professor of Folklore & Popular Culture, 1989 Humanities
  • Fei-Ran Tian, Professor of Mathematics, 2003 Natural Sciences
  • J. Marshall Unger, Professor of Linguistics, 2004 Humanities
  • Dongping Zhong, Professor of Chemistry, 2013 Natural Sciences