College of Arts & Sciences Office of Research

The Office of Research

Celebrations of Scholarship

The ”Celebrations of Scholarship” occur annually to honor outstanding scholarly accomplishments of the faculty of UNCG's College of Arts and Sciences.

2009 Honorees

Charles Egeland Award, the National Science Foundation 
Eric Jones Award, the National Science Foundation 
Eric Jones & Arthur D. Murphy (eds.) The Political Economy of Hazards and Disasters
Sarah Wagner Award, National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend
and
To Know Where He Lies: DNA Technology and the Search for Srebrenica’s Missing
Olav Rueppell Research award, NCBC
Stan Faeth Award, the National Science Foundation
and
The Ecology and Evolution of the Grass-Endophyte Symbiosis
Nadja Cech Award, the National Institutes of Health 
Patti Reggio Award, the National Institutes of Health
and
Award, the North Carolina Biotechnology Center
Chris Poulos Accidental Ethnography: An inquiry into family secrets
Paul Knapp Research Grant, the National Science Foundation 
and
Collaborative Research Funding, National Science Foundation  
Andreas Lixl Memories of Carolinian Immigrants
Jeff Jones Everyday  Life and the "Reconstruction" of Soviet Russia during and after the Great  Patriotic War, 1943-1948
Lisa Levenstein A Movement  without Marches: African American Women and the Politics of Poverty in Postwar Philadelphia
Marc Bregman Lady Davis Fellowship
Gregory Grieve Contemplative Practice Fellowship
Derek Krueger Institute for Advanced Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Fellowship
Charles Orzech   National Humanities Center Fellowship
Eugene F. Rogers, Jr. The Holy Spirit: Classic and Contemporary Readings
Mark Smith-Soto Waiting Room
Sarah Daynes Desire for Race
and
Saints, Heroes, Myths and Rites: Classical Durkheimian Studies of Religion and Society
James Fisher We Will Be Citizens: New Essays on Gay and Lesbian Theatre  (edited volume)
and
The Braggart Soldier 
Jim Wren The Revenger’s Tragedy selected by the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival 
Tara Green A Fatherless Child: Autobiographical Perspectives of African American Men

Co-sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences and the Center for Critical Inquiry in the Liberal Arts