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HSOC grad Amobiye Nkromah wins Ronald J. Caridi Award

Amobiye Nkromah has been awarded the  Ronald J. Caridi Award.

This prize is awarded annually to the College of Liberal and Professional Studies graduate who best exemplifies the uncompromising commitment to scholarship, hard work, and the life of the mind which the late Ronald J. Caridi embodied and shared with so many.

Congratulations to HSOC & STSC honors students

The following seniors have earned honors in the major, completing the honors program with their presentations at Senior Symposium on May 1st.

Science, Technology and Society:

Paul Marett
Hillel Neumark
Emma Schad

Health & Societies

Jacquelyn Andrews
Zayna Bakizada
Emma Biegacki
Emmanuel Cordova
Caroline Kee
Ellen Kim
Gabriella Meltzer
Danielle Mohabir
Katie Sgarro

Heidi Voskuhl receives Barzun Prize

Heidi Voskuhl received the 2014 Jacques Barzun Prize in Cultural History from the American Philosophical Society for her book,  Androids in the Enlightenment (University of Chicago Press, 2013), at their April 2015 awards ceremony.

 

Whitney Laemmli receives ACLS/Mellon Fellowship

Whitney Laemmli has received an ACLS/Mellon Dissertation Completion Fellowship for 2015-2016.

https://www.acls.org/research/dcf.aspx?id=800

Nadia Bernstein a guest on Gastropod

Doctoral candidate Nadia Bernstein is one of the guests on the latest episode of Gastropod, "Savor Flavor," available here:  http://gastropod.com/savor-flavor/

Rachel Elder awarded UCLA Post-Doc

Rachel Elder will be the Postdoctoral Scholar-Fellow in UCLA's History and Social Studies of Medicine Program at the David Geffen School of Medicine next year.

Elaine LaFay awarded Mellon Fellowship

Elaine LaFayas been awarded a Mellon Fellowship for Research in Original Sources. for her project "Atmospheric Bodies: Medicine, Meteorology, and the Cultivation of Place in the Antebellum Gulf South"http://www.clir.org/fellowships/mellon/fellrecipients.html

Tamar Novick awarded Halpern Prize for best dissertation

The Halpern Prize Committee of the Association for Israel Studies has selected Tamar Novick's dissertation, "Milk and Honey: Technologies of Plenty in the Making of a Holy Land, 1880-1960," as the best dissertation in Israel Studies approved during the year 2014.

Phi Beta Kappa

Congratulations to our majors who are Phil Beta Kappa inductees!

HSOC

Eun Kyung Ellen Kim '15

Danielle M. Mohabir '15

 

STSC

Hillel D. Neumark '15

Undergraduate Awards and Honors

Health & Societies

Flagbearer: Ellen Kim
Society of the College Prize: Jacquelyn Andrews and Gabriella Meltzer
Alumni Society Prize:  Danielle Mohabir

Honors in the Major
Jacquelyn Andrews
Zayna Bakizada
Emma Biegacki
Emmanuel Cordova
Caroline Kee
Ellen Kim
Gabriella Meltzer
Danielle Mohabir
Kate Sgarro

Science, Technology & Society

Flagbearer: Paul Marett
Society of the College Prize: Paul Marett

Honors in the Major
Paul Marett
Hillel Neumark
Emma Schad