Awards

Faculty & Staff

2020

Karen Britland

  • College of Letters & Science Distinguished Honors Faculty Award

Aparna Dharwadker

Caroline Druschke

  • The National Science Foundation will fund her collaboration with Eric Booth (Agronomy) and Rebecca Lave (Geography, Indiana University) for the project Dynamics of Stream Restauration and Flood Resilience in a Changing Climate.
  • Stories from the Flood was awarded a $5000 support grant from the Morgridge Center.

Ramzi Fawaz

  • Recipient of the Chancellor’s Inclusive Excellence Award, which celebrates “exemplary achievements in teaching that honor the university’s value of diversity and inclusion as the path to excellence.”

Sara Guyer

  • PI on a $2.8 million grant from the Mellon Foundation to the UW-based Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes. Read more about the grant here.

Kristina Huang

  • Honorable Mention from L&S Faculty Honors Committee

Frédéric Neyrat

  • Recipient of a Faculty Development Award for training that will allow him to offer further classes that appeal to students from STEM fields.

Beth Nguyen

  • Recipient of Vilas Associate Award, which recognizes “new and on-going research of the highest quality and significance.”

Mario Ortiz-Robles

  • College of Letters & Science Distinguished Honors Faculty Award
  • 4 year Senior Fellowship with IRH

Sarah Wells

  • Recipient of Vilas Associate Award, which recognizes “new and on-going research of the highest quality and significance.”

 

Students

2020

Evanka Annyapu, Julie Buskirk, Veronica Hayes, and Andrew Kressin selected for the Chancellor’s Undergraduate Research Award. The award provides funds for both students and faculty collaborators. 

Literary Studies graduate student Shuta Kiba received this year’s Cornell School of Criticism and Theory scholarship.

Composition & Rhetoric graduate student Kassia Shaw received a HEX Award (Humanities Exposed) from the Center for the Humanities. Her project will share the stories that inspired a Ho-Chunk ceramic mural installation—Maa Wakąčąk, “Sacred Earth”—recently unveiled on the Great Sauk State Trail. 

Emily Loney won a Capstone Award, given to TAs “who have performed as outstanding teachers throughout their UW-Madison tenure.” Erica Kalnay was given the Exceptional Service award for TAs who, “in addition to their regular duties, perform exceptional service related to the educational mission of their department and our university.” Emily Shetler, a graduate of our MFA program now in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, won an Innovation in Teaching Award.