Awards & Honors

Distinguished Professor of Anthropology Frederick Errington has been invited to spend a month in Paris as visiting professor at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (The School of Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences). Dr. Errington will be delivering a series of lectures about food, globalization, class, and gender in various seminars between May 9 and June 8, 2005. The École describes itself as dedicated to the analysis of the contemporary world from a multidisciplinary, cross-cultura,l and comparative perspective, and to the training of experts in various cultural areas.

Trustee Wenda Harris Millard ’76, chief sales officer at Yahoo, Inc. received the 2005 Matrix Award for online media from New York Women in Communications, Inc. The Matrix Award acknowledges outstanding women who have distinguished themselves in the communications fields of advertising, arts & entertainment, books, broadcasting, magazines, newspapers, online media and public relations. New York Women in Commuications, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization, founded in 1929, dedicated to promoting the highest standards throughout the industry and to providing education and leadership for the next generation.

Composer in Residence Robert Edward Smith’s Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp will be performed on April 28, 2005 in Cordoba, Spain as part of the Chamber Music Series sponsored by the banking firm Caja Sur. The sonata will be performed by the Trio Zahira: Wendela van Swol, flute; Nelson Armitano, viola, and Laura Hernandez, harp.
 

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