Joan A. Steitz ’63 (Antioch College, BA) received the 2018 Lasker-Koshland Special Achievement Award in Medical Science from the Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation. The award honors Steitz “for four decades of leadership in biomedical science, including her discoveries in RNA biology and her service as a mentor to women in science.” The Lasker is sometimes referred to as the “American Nobel” as 87 former recipients of the award have gone on to win Nobel prizes. Steitz is currently Sterling Professor of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry at Yale University and an investigator at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
Transfer your Argosy credits to Antioch University online! We’re here to help. Don’t stop your educational journey. We’re experienced in helping students successfully complete their degrees. Antioch’s online programs allow you…
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Antioch University has named Dr. Terry Ratcliff Executive Dean for Antioch University Online starting March 25. He brings extensive experience in online and distance education having served in a variety…
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Antioch University Midwest and Antioch University Online congratulate the graduating class of 2019! This year we had the honor of watching 68 students from five-degree programs walk across the stage…