Accolades

Mason Folklore Community Shares Research at ISCLR

Mason Folklore Community Shares Research at ISCLR

Members of the Mason Folklore Community travelled to Ottawa, Canada this past July to participate in the 39th annual Perspectives on Contemporary Legend Conference, hosted by The International Society for Contemporary Legend Research (ISCLR).

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Redlich sees the recognition for her efforts rolling in

Redlich sees the recognition for her efforts rolling in

Allison Redlich, a professor in the Department of Criminology, Law and Society within the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, found out last week that she had been elected a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA). The honor follows on the heels of word that she’s also going to be honored with the 2021 American Society of Criminology Mentor Award at the society’s upcoming national conference in Chicago.

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Stearns wins AHA Award for Scholarly Distinction

Stearns wins AHA Award for Scholarly Distinction

Peter Stearns, Provost Emeritus and University Professor of History, has received the prestigious Award for Scholarly Distinction from the American Historical Association, recognizing lifetime achievement in the historical profession.

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Lebovic wins NEH Fellowship

Lebovic wins NEH Fellowship

Associate history professor Sam Lebovic has been awarded a prestigious and highly competitive Public Scholars Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities. The award will enable him to complete work on a new book on the history of the Espionage Act. 

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Dr. Keith Renshaw wins the David W. Rossell Quill Award

Dr. Keith Renshaw wins the David W. Rossell Quill Award

This award recognizes individuals whose efforts exemplify the leadership and dedication of David W. Rossell, who retired from George Mason University in 2007 with over 20 years of loyal service. His devotion to the Mason community focused on leadership, teaching and fulfilling Mason’s mission.

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