TDA welcomes 13 new faculty members to Ohio State

With the arrival of the 2015-16 academic year, TDA welcomed the following new faculty members to Ohio State (shown top row, left to right): Woo-Young Ahn (Psychology), Dena Asta (Statistics), Elizabeth Bond (History), Mehmet Caner (Economics), Lo-Bin Chang (Statistics), Ayaz Hyder (Environmental Health Sciences), Steffen Lindert (Chemistry, Biochemistry), Ewy Mathé (Biomedical Informatics), David Melamed (Sociology), Elisabeth Dowling Root (Geography, Epidemiology), Jennifer Sinnott (Statistics), Chi Song (Biostatistics), and Michael Vuolo (Sociology).

All told, TDA’s 61 members together represent eight colleges, 29 departments, and countless interests, creating an ideal environment for creating solutions for some of the most complex challenges facing our world today.

Directories of TDA@OhioState’s faculty membersteam and Faculty Advisory Board are now available online.

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