Marian Moser Jones, Anne Trinh honored with ETHOS Awards

Awards recognize commitment to excellence, diversity and innovation

Kristen Mitchell
Marian Moser Jones and Anne Trinh

ETHOS Award recipients Marian Moser Jones and Anne Trinh.

The College of Public Health honored two members of the faculty and staff who exemplify the university’s shared values and commitments to excellence, diversity and innovation as part of the third annual College of Public Health Ethics at Ohio State (ETHOS) Awards.

Marian Moser Jones, associate professor in the Division of Health Services Management and Policy, received the Diversity and Innovation Award in recognition of how she embodies the principles of welcoming differences and making connections among people and ideas. 

Anne Trinh, director of programs and strategic initiatives at the Center for HOPES, was recognized with the Excellence and Impact Award for personifying the principles of demonstrating leadership in pursuit of our vision and mission.

The ETHOS Awards were created to recognize CPH faculty and staff who exemplify Ohio State’s shared values of excellence and impact, diversity and innovation, inclusion and equity, care and compassion, and integrity and respect. The recipients — nominated by their CPH colleagues — were celebrated at the CPH faculty and staff holiday breakfast.

Jones was recognized for embracing hard conversations, deploying innovative methods to move the college toward more inclusive environments and her commitment to growth as an educator. 

Trinh was honored for demonstrating exceptional leadership in championing more than a dozen health equity research projects in the last year and for being an excellent collaborator.

Thirteen CPH faculty and staff were nominated by their colleagues for the Excellence and Impact Award and eight were nominated for the Diversity and Innovation Award.


About The Ohio State University College of Public Health

The Ohio State University College of Public Health is a leader in educating students, creating new knowledge through research, and improving the livelihoods and well-being of people in Ohio and beyond.  The College's divisions include biostatistics, environmental health sciences, epidemiology, health behavior and health promotion, and health services management and policy.   It is ranked 22nd among all colleges of public health in the U.S. by U.S. News and World Report, and also includes the top 8-ranked MHA degree program.  The college’s epidemiology specialty was ranked 19th. The College provides leadership and expertise for Ohio and the world through its Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Evaluation Studies (HOPES) and Center for Public Health Practice (CPHP).