College of Liberal Arts Research Awards
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS NEW SCHOLAR AWARD
The College of Liberal Arts New Scholar Award will be presented annually to untenured, tenure-track professorial rank faculty members in the College of Liberal Arts who are within 6 years of their initial tenure- track academic appointment and who have demonstrated exemplary performance in research, scholarship, and/or creative achievement. Candidates must be untenured when nominated. Depending on the quality of the pool of nominees, up to four awards will be available, with one each chosen from the areas of (1) Natural Sciences and Mathematics, (2) Social Sciences, (3) Humanities, and (4) Fine and Performing Arts. The ideal recipients must have significantly enhanced the scholarly reputation of the College and University through exceptional contributions to their disciplines. Individuals may only receive this award one time, but recipients will retain their eligibility for the College of Liberal Arts Award for Research, Scholarship, and Creative Achievement, which is normally awarded to post-tenure, senior faculty. Each recipient will receive a $1,000 cash prize and medal to be presented at the College of Liberal Arts graduation ceremony in May. Awardees will be invited to be members of the platform party during these ceremonies.
Jared Delcamp, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry
Derrick A. Harriell, assistant professor of English and African American Studies
Joshua Hendrickson, assistant professor of economics
Matthew R. Wilson, assistant professor of theatre arts
LIBERAL ARTS AWARD FOR RESEARCH, SCHOLARSHIP & CREATIVE ACHIEVEMENT
The College of Liberal Arts Award for Research, Scholarship, and Creative Achievement will be presented annually to tenured faculty members in the College in recognition of sustained exemplary performance in research, scholarship, and/or creative achievement at the national/international level while serving as a faculty member at the Univer sity of Mississippi. Depending on the quality of the pool of nominees, two awards will be given, with one each chosen from the areas of (1) Natural Sciences, Social Sciences, and Mathematics and (2) Humanities and Fine and Performing Arts. The ideal recipients will have achieved scholarly recognition and influence well beyond the University of Mississippi community. Recipients of the award are not eligible to receive the award again. Each recipient will be recognized with a $2,000 cash prize and a medal, which will be presented at the College of Liberal Arts graduation ceremony in May. Awardees will be invited to be members of the platform party during this ceremony.
Emanuele Berti, associate professor of physics, for Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Robbie Ethridge, professor of anthropology, for Social Sciences
Jaime Harker, professor of English and director of the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies, for Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts