Noah Tamarkin, assistant professor, Comparative Studies, has received two research awards to support his project on the intersections between genetic technologies and postcolonial law and policing.
Congratulations to Rebecca Adelman, a 2009 PhD graduate of Comparative Studies, for receiving the University System of Maryland Board of Regents Award for her research.
Professor John Low of the Newark Campus will be heading out to Chicago to give two talks on May 21st. He will be speaking about his recent publication, "Imprints: The Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians and the City of Chicago."
Last week, three of our teachers received The Margaret Lynd Award For Excellence in Teaching in the Department of Comparative Studies. Below are the awards and the outstanding teachers that earned them.
Last week, a few undergraduate students and graduate students were awarded for their writings in Comparative Studies. Below is the list of those students who were awarded for their outstanding papers: