Awards

 

 2013 Student Awards

 

2013 Faculty Awards

 

2012 Awards

      

 2011

Departmental Awards

Charles Garside, Jr. Prize - Thomas Campbell, Craig Labatte

Barbara Field Kennedy Prize in American History - Andrew Baker, Robin Sager

 

Clifford Lefton Lawrence Award in British History - David Getman, Meera Krishnan, Jessica McNally, Raymond Verm

Cpt. Charles Septimus Longcope Award - Joseph Abel

James Scott Peterson Distinguished Service Award - Andrew Lang

Susie Smith Vandiver Scholarship - Hannah Thalenberg

 

Faculty Awards 

Lisa Balabanlilar, Assistant Professor, Office of Academic Advising "Excellence in Advising" Award for Faculty

 

W. Caleb McDaniel, Assistant Professor, Virginia and Griff Lawhon Digital Education Award presented by Fondren Library and the School of Engineering

 

Allen Matusow, William G. Twyman Professor, finalist for the Robert Foster Cherry Award for Great Teaching

2010

Departmental Awards

Charles Garside, Jr. Prize - Burton DeWitt, Kelin Herrington, Nicholas Muscara, Katherine O'Sullivan

 

Barbara Field Kennedy Prize in American History - Anna Roberts

 

Cpt. Charles Septimus Longcope Award - Wesley Phelps

 

James Scott Peterson Distinguished Service Award - Andrew Bledsoe

 

Susie Smith Vandiver Scholarship - Jocelyn Wright

 

Honors in History - Katherine Arnow, Kyle Clark, Burton DeWitt, Mary Draper, Michael Esquivel, Patrick McAnaney, Caitlin Miller, Maram Salaheldin, Embre Smith

 

Faculty Awards 

Lisa Balabanlilar, Assistant Professor, Phi Beta Kappa Teaching Prize

 

Alexander Byrd, Associate Professor, Presidential Mentoring Award; Douglass Adair Memorial Award, given biennially to the best article to have appeared in the William and Mary Quarterly over the past six years, for "Eboe, Country, Nation, and Gustavus Vassas's 'Interesting Narrative,'" (January 2006).

 

Allen J. Matusow, William G. Twyman Professor, Association of Rice Alumni Gold Medal for extraordinary service to the University.

 

Martin J. Wiener. Mary Gibbs Jones Professor, National Humanities Center Fellow, to be taken in 2011/2012.

 

 

2009

 

Departmental Awards

Charles Garside, Jr. Prize - William Glas-Hochstettler, Cori Salmeron, Embre Smith

Barbara Field Kennedy Prize in American History - Luke Harlow

Cpt. Charles Septimus Longcope Award - Anne Shen Chao, Luke Harlow

James Scott Peterson Distinguished Service Award - Robin Sager

Susie Smith Vandiver Scholarship - Mary Draper

Honors in History - R. J. Elliott Harwell, Michael Rowntree, Cori Salmeron

Faculty Awards

John Boles, William P. Hobby Professor, George R. Brown Award for Superior Teaching; Leibnitz Professor, Institute of Advanced  Study, the University of Leipzig, Fall Semester 2009.

 

Alexander Byrd, Associate Professor, American Historical Association Wesley-Logan Book Prize for Captives and Voyagers: Black Migrants Across the Eighteenth-century British Atlantic World, (LSU, 2008).

 

Michael Maas, Professor, National Endowment for the Humanities Faculty Fellowship 2009/2010.

 

Ussama Makdisi, Arab-American Education Foundation Professor, George R. Brown Award for Teaching; John Hope Franklin Publication Prize of the American Studies Association and co-winner British-Kuwait Friendship Society Book Prize from the British Society for Middle Eastern Studies for Artillery of Heaven: American Missionaries and the Failed Conquest of the Middle East, (Cornell, 2008); Carnegie Endowment Fellowship for 2009/2010.

 

W. Caleb McDaniel, Assistant Professor, Ralph D. Gray Article Prize for "Repealing Unions: American Abolitionists, Irish Repeal, and the Origins of Garrisonian Disunionism," from the Society of Historians of the Early American Republic for the best article published in the Journal of the Early Republic.

 

Lora Wildenthal, Associate Professor, Thyssen-Heideking Fellowship from the German Historical Institute, Washington, DC and the University of Cologne, held in Cologne, Germany, Spring 2009.

John H. Zammito, John Antony Weir Professor, Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation Award for superior teaching at the college leve