Faculty and Staff Awards & Honors

Sandra Andrews, administrative assistant, Shelby Cullom Davis Endowment, has been awarded the Kent-Arnoff Service Award by the Association of Private Enterprise in recognition of more than a decade of excellent work in preparing The Journal of Private Enterprise. Andrews is only the third non-faculty member to receive this annual award in 15 years. The award is given in recognition “of the simple fact that the burdens of all with the organization are shouldered by only a few.”

Kathleen Curran, associate professor of fine arts, has won the 2005 Henry Russell Hitchcock Book Award for her book, The Romanesque Revival: Religion, Politics, and Transnational Exchange. The Hitchcock Award, presented annually by the Victorian Society in America, recognizes books whose topics are “centered on architecture or the decorative arts …” Professor Curran has also won a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend Award for this summer. The topic of her research project is “Craft and Culture on Display: The American Art Museum, 1870-1940.”
 

 

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