ELIZABETH ROBINSON’S ACHIEVEMENTS NOTED
The Graduate School recently recognized Elizabeth Robinson, PhD ’13, for her many academic achievements and research experience in Italy.
Robinson, a member of The Graduate School’s Royster Society of Fellows, spent the last four years researching her dissertation on the ancient town Larinum, living on-site in the small village of Larino that rests on top of the ancient settlement. In the fall, she will begin her position as an assistant professor at the Duke University Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome.
To learn about Robinson’s experiences in Italy, visit The Graduate School’s website.
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O’HARA RECOGNIZED FOR OUTSTANDING UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING
We are pleased to announce that the Student Undergraduate Teaching and Staff Awards Committee recognized James J. O’Hara for providing outstanding undergraduate instruction.
Since 1989, the committee has recognized select faculty and teaching assistants who “on the basis of demonstrated teaching excellence, success in positively affecting a broad spectrum of students both in and outside of the classroom, and creation of a dynamic learning environment.” In addition to an award certificate, Prof. O’Hara received a $5,000 award at the Chancellors’ Award Ceremony.
We congratulate Prof. O’Hara for this great achievement!