Honors and Awards

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Professor Sabrina Baron has been awarded the Excellence in Service award at ARHU's Fall Convocation.

Professor Arthur Eckstein has been awarded the highest honor bestowed on faculty, the distinguished university professor.

Benjamin Kramer, a double major in History and Government and Politics has been nominated for the 2015 University Medal.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

The College of Arts and Humanities’ annual faculty and staff convocation was a momentous occasion for History faculty and staff. The ceremony, held in the Clarice Smith’s Gildenhorn Recital Hall on the afternoon of September 23, 2014, welcomed new faculty members, announced promotions and tenures, and highlighted faculty, staff, and student service. Two of history’s own, Marsha Rozenblit and Catalina Toala, were singled out as winners of this year’s distinguished service awards.

The College of Arts and Humanities’ annual faculty and staff convocation was a momentous occasion for History faculty and staff.  The ceremony, held in the Clarice Smith’s Gildenhorn Recital Hall

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Pamela O. Long, who received her BA, MA, and PhD degrees in history from the University of Maryland, College Park, has been named as one of this year’s recipients of the prestigious Macarthur Fellowship.

Benjamin Kramer has been selected as a winner of the 2014 Library Award for Undergraduate Research.
Ben is a junior double degree candidate studying Government & Politics and History. He is a Banneker Key Scholar, member of the Honors College, and a junior year inductee to Phi Beta Kappa.

JoAnna Suriani honored as finalist for the University Medal

At spring commencement, JoAnna Suriani will be recognized as one of the five finalists for this prize, which is given to the most outstanding graduate of each academic year. The University Medal is awarded to the undergraduate who best personifies academic distinction, extraordinary character, and extracurricular contributions to the University and the larger public.

Distinguished History Professor Ira Berlin was awarded the W.E.B. Du Bois Medial for 2014 by Harvard Universtiy's Hutchins Center for African and American Research.

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