Category: Accolades

April 2015 Accolades

Robert Hazen, Robinson Professor of Earth Sciences, presented lectures on the Deep Carbon Observatory at the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation in New York City. He also presented lectures on mineral ecology at Indiana University in Bloomington, the Simons Foundation in

March 2015 Accolades

Spencer R. Crew, Robinson Professor of American, African American, and Public History, was the keynote speaker for the Fairfax County Martin Luther King Jr. Cultural Foundation. He also was a featured presenter for the Africana Studies Department at the University

February 2015 Accolades

Robert Hazen, Robinson Professor of Earth Sciences, conducted field work in the renowned ophiolite complex of the Sultanate of Oman as part of his work with the Deep Carbon Observatory. John Paden, Robinson Professor of International Studies, engaged in the

January 2015 Accolades

Spencer R. Crew, Robinson Professor of American, African American, and Public History, was the keynote speaker at the New Jersey Forum at Kean University, which had the theme “Liberty, Diversity and Innovation.” His talk was titled “The Rugged Road to

December 2014 Accolades

Robert Hazen, Robinson Professor of Earth Sciences, presented the keynote lecture on “Chiral Interactions at Mineral Surfaces” at the American Vacuum Society meeting in Baltimore, Md. He also lectured on “Mineral Ecology” at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Okla.

November 2014 Accolades

Robert Hazen, Robinson Professor of Earth Sciences, presented the Ingerson Lecture on mineral ecology at the Geological Society of America’s annual meeting in Vancouver, Canada. He also ran a day-long short course on Deep Carbon in Deep Time in Vancouver.

October 2014 Accolades

Spencer R. Crew, Robinson Professor of American, African American, and Public History, with Lonnie G. Bunch and Clement A. Price, had a new publication, “Slave Culture: A Documentary Collection of the Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers’ Project,” published by

September 2014 Accolades

Shaul Bakhash, Robinson Professor of History, wrote an article assessing the first year of President Hassan Rouhani’s administration in Iran, which was published in the Iran Primer under the title “Mixed Bag: One Year Later.” The article was republished in the

May 2014 Accolades

Shaul Bakhash, Robinson Professor of History, chaired and spoke on a panel organized by the Middle East Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, D.C. His presentation, along with those of the other panelists, was published in

April 2014 Accolades

Spencer R. Crew, Robinson Professor of American, African American and Public History, gave a lecture at the Minnesota History Museum for its History Forum on African American Migration to the Twin Cities. He also gave a lecture on the Smithsonian’s African