Godley Recognized with Teacher Development Award
Amanda Godley, vice provost for graduate studies, received the 2020 Richard A. Meade Award from the National Council of Teachers of English for “outstanding research in English and language arts teacher development.”
Chong Joins Open Science Fellows Program
Lillian Chong, an associate professor in the Department of Chemistry, has been chosen as one of five members of the 2020 Silicon Therapeutics Open Science Fellows Program.
NSF Grant Funds Madison's Research Efforts
Michael Madison, professor of law, is co-leading The Governing Knowledge Commons Project research collaborative, which received a National Science Foundation award to support efforts to build a research coordination network.
‘They wanted to be seen’: African American Alumni Council discusses BAS demands, racial justice efforts