Honors, Awards, & Grants
Martha Stoddard Holmes (Professor, Literature and Writing Studies) received the 2012-13 Harry E. Brakebill Distinguished Professor Award
Merryl Goldberg (Professor, Visual & Performing Arts), will receive the 2012-2013 President's Award for Scholarship and Creative Activity and Sharon Hamill (Profesor, Psychology), will receive the award for Service Leadership. They will be honored Thursday, January 17, at 11:00 a.m. in the Dome at the Annual Faculty and Staff Awards Reception.
Kendra Rivera (Assistant Professor, Communication) is the recipient of the National Communication Association, Applied Communication Division's 2012 Bill Eadie Distinguished Award for a Scholarly Article for her work as co-author of the article entitled, "Endorsing equity and applauding stay-at-home moms: How males' voices on work-life reveal aversive sexism and flickers of transformation" from Management Communication Quarterly, 24, 3-43.
Rebecca Lush (Assistant Professor, Literature and Writing Studies) is the recipeint of the University of Maryland's Alice Geyer Dissertation Award for her dissertation titled: “The ‘Other’ Woman: Early Modern English Representations of Native American Women 1579-1690”; Prof. Lush has also received a NEH Grant for her project titled "Selected Epistles by Margaret Fell."
Kimberly Dark (Lecturer, Sociology) was awarded a 4 week writing residency in August, 2012, at the Berlin, Germany, Institut fuer Alles Moegliche.