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Dr. Elaine Hsieh

Professor, Communication
University of Oklahoma

TEL: 405-325-3154
Email: Elaine Hsieh

AWARDS AND HONORS

    A. Research

    B. Conference Paper Awards

    C. Teaching

    D. Others

 

A. Research

2015-2016

Core Fulbright U.S. Scholar, Arts, Education, Humanities, Professional Fields and Social Sciences -- Research (Award #5130), Taiwan. Sponsored by the United States Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.

2015

Recipient, Recognition Program for Exceptional Achievement in Research and Creative Activity (Prestigious Tier; Fulbright Scholarship), Vice President of Research, University of Oklahoma.

2011

Norman Campus Vice President for Research Award for Outstanding Research Impact, University of Oklahoma.

This Award is given annually to two faculty members on the Norman or Tulsa Campuses, whose research, scholarship, and/or works of creative activity and expression have made a notable impact on culture, individuals, communities, organizations, field(s) of inquiry, industry, education, etc.

2010

Featured Scholar, the Fifth Convening of Interpreter Trainers, Scholars and Researchers, Healthy House and the University of California, Merced, CA.

2007

American Medical Association. (2007). Office guide to communicating with limited English proficient patients (2nd. ed.).

NOTE: The AMA office guide has 11 pages, 3 of which are dedicated to the explanation and elaboration of the typology presented in Hsieh, E. (2006). Understanding medical interpreters: Reconceptualizing bilingual health communication. Health Communication, 20, 177-186.

2004

Ruth S. and Charles H. Bowman Award, Department of Speech Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

The Bowman Award is conferred upon the department’s most outstanding graduate student, based on the student’s total record of scholarship, teaching, and service.

2003

Karl R. Wallace Award, Department of Speech Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

The Wallace Award recognizes distinguished scholarship by a graduate student. The award is given on the basis of the total record of a student's scholarly work in the department's graduate program, including both performance in graduate courses and scholarly work completed for publication and conference presentation.

2002

Phi Kappa Phi, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

1994, 1996

Academic Achievement Award, Department of Chinese Literature, National Central University, Taiwan.

B. Conference Paper Awards

2015

Top Four Paper; Health Communication Division

National Communication Association Convention, Las Vegas, NV

2014

Top Four Paper; Language and Social Interaction Division

National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL

2011

Top Paper; Communication and Aging Division

National Communication Association Convention, New Orleans, LA

2008

Top Young Scholar Paper Award

Kentucky Conference on Health Communication, Lexington, KY

2008

Top Paper; Language and Social Interaction Division

International Communication Association Convention, Montreal, Canada

2004

Top Paper; Language and Social Interaction Division

National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL

2004

Top Student Paper; Language and Social Interaction Division

National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL

2003

Top Paper; Human Communication and Technology Division

National Communication Association Convention, Miami, FL

2003

Top Student Paper; Language and Social Interaction Division

National Communication Association Convention, Miami, FL

2003

Top Paper, Seminar 1: Trends and Directions in Culture and Communication

NCA Doctoral Honors Seminar, Bowling Green, OH

2001

Top Paper; Language and Social Interaction Division

National Communication Association Convention, Atlanta, GA

2001

Top Student Paper; Language and Social Interaction Division

National Communication Association Convention, Atlanta, GA

C. Teaching/Advising

2015

Faculty Advisor, Top Three Finalists, Joint ICA/NCA Health Communication Dissertation Award

Dyah Pitaloka (Ph.D., Univ. of Oklahoma, 2014); The (passive) violence of harmony and balance: Lived experienced of Javanese women with type 2 diabetes.

2014

Health campaign for homeless shelter. Sooner Parents Mini-grant, University of Oklahoma.

2010

Longmire Prize, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Oklahoma.

Longmire Academic Enrichment Fund was provided to initiatives aiming to improve the educational experiences of pre-med students. It was awarded to support COMM4413 Issues in Health Communication.  

Jan. 2010

Invited Adjunct Associate Professor. 10-Day Graduate Seminar on Intercultural Communication and Translation/Interpretation Studies. Graduate Institute of Translation and Interpretation Studies, Fu Jen Catholic University, Taipei, Taiwan. 

NOTE: This invited graduate seminar is hosted by Fu Jen Catholic University to inaugurate the integrating of three graduate institutes (i.e., graduate institutes of Linguistics, Comparative Literature, and Translation and Interpretation Studies) into a new Graduate Institute of Intercultural Studies in May, 2010. 

Dec. 2009-Jan. 2010

Invited Visiting Scholar. 10-Day Workshop on Intercultural Communication and Interpretation Studies. Graduate Institute of Translation and Interpretation, National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei, Taiwan.

Spring/Fall, 2003

Spring, 2004

List of Teachers Rated as Excellent, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

D. Others

2001

2001 Quality Readings for Students in Elementary and High Schools [第十九次中小學生優良課外讀物推介]; Category: Humanities; Government Information Office, Taiwan;

Hipp, E. (2001). 我就是要你快樂  Wo jiu shi yao ni kuai le [Fighting invisible tigers: A stress management guide for teens]. (I. -L. Hsieh, Trans.). Taipei, Taiwan: Hann Colour Culture. (Original work published 1995).

2001

Top 1 Publications in Taiwan: 2001 [台灣出版 Top1: 2001 代表性圖書], Category: Philosophy/Psychology; National Central Library, Taiwan;

Hipp, E. (2001). 我就是要你快樂 Wo jiu shi yao ni kuai le [Fighting invisible tigers: A stress management guide for teens]. (I. -L. Hsieh, Trans.). Taipei, Taiwan: Hann Colour Culture. (Original work published 1995).


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