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02 September 2014


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Tim Roufs

Honors and Awards

1964,
1965
Dean's Honor Society, University of Notre Dame
1965-
1970
National Institutes of General Medical Sciences Fellow (NIGMS)
1972+
1973
National Science Foundation Chautauqua Fellow, University of Wisconsin Madison
1973 Service Award from Anishinabe, University of Minnesota, Duluth, American Indian Student Organization
1976,
1979,
1980
Service Awards from Students College, University of Minnesota, Duluth, student experimental education program
1976 City of Duluth Bicentennial Award for contribution to history of the Duluth, MN, area
1975 Listed in Who's Who in the Midwest
1978 Listed in Reference Encyclopedia of the American Indian, Third Edition, Vol. II, Who's Who. Todd Publications, Rye, New York (New edition in press)
1980 Elected to Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
1980 Outstanding Young Men of America Award, U.S. Jaycees
1982-
1983
President, Sigma Xi, Duluth (Vice President 1981-1982)
1986 Albert Tezla Scholar/Teacher Award
1987 Outstanding Service Award, jointly presented by the 1986-1989 Duluth Nordic Ski Club and the Chester Bowl Improvement Club
1990 Fulbright Scholar, United States Information Agency, 2 January-30 June 1990
Fulbright Grant, the Hungarian Ministry of Education and Culture, 2 January-30 June 1990, Budapest, Hungary
1990 Founding Father [sic.], Corvin University, Budapest, Hungary
1994 National Science Foundation Summer Institute Fellow, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO
1995 McKnight Summer Fellow
1996 Elected Fellow of The Society for Applied Anthropology
1997 FOUR-STAR recognition award for Web Site Excellence -- Anthropology, for Web Sites on Prehistoric Cultures and Ancient Middle America
1997 The Paleo Award for Web Site Excellence -- Paleontology, for Web Sites on Prehistoric Cultures
1999 Selected to give the keynote address at the 13th Annual microCAD International Computer Science Conference held at the University of Miskolc, Miskolc, Hungary, on 24 February 1999: "inter-Facing the Inevitable: Appropriate Technology in the 21st Century." At this main Central European Conference researchers from 16 countries presented 443 papers in 18 divisions of the sciences, social sciences, humanities, technology, and management. Roufs was the first social scientist invited to deliver a microCAD International Computer Science Conference keynote address.
1999 Paul Buffalo WebSite featured in the Native Peoples' [Web] Ring of the The Lenni Lenape Historical Society and Museum of Indian Culture at Little Lehigh River, Allentown, PA.
  UK Schoolzone Award for Web Sites on Prehistoric Cultures
  The Giant Tomato Award for Web Sites on Prehistoric Cultures
2001 Prehistoric Cultures, Ancient Mesoamerica, and Cultural Anthropology websites selected for inclusion in universia.es. "Universia.es (http://www.universia.es) is a project designed [by 57 Spanish universities, the Spanish Rectors Conference (CRUE), the Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC) and the Banco Santander Central Hispano] to be the world's greatest gateway to Higher Education and Research for hispanics. One of its sections is a collection of what we consider to be the best online university courses or material available at the moment on the world wide web. We have chosen most of these from the Texas World Lecture Hall project, selecting what we consider to be the best ones in terms of resources, relevance to Hispanic research and innovation."
  Several webpages have subsequently been awarded honors

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