Prof. Sarah Handley-Cousins was honored at UB's annual Celebration of Faculty & Staff Excellence on Ocotber 28, 2021. Prof. Handley-Cousins was honored for winning a highly prestigious ACLS fellowship. Prof. Handley-Cousins was one of only 2 faculty in the university to be honored for winning a highly prestigious fellowship. Congratulations, Prof. Handley-Cousins!
Prof. Katehrine Zubovich has won a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend to support research for her current book project, "Picturing the Plan: Stalinist Mass Politics and the Art of Soviet Statistics."
Prof. Ndubueze Mbah has received a $20,000 grant from the Wenner-Gren Foundation to support research for his second monograph project, "African Rebellious Migrants: The Forgery of Abolition and the Quest for Freedom."
The UB History Department is pleased to announced that the winner of the 2021-22 Yearley Award is Emily Bowlus-Peck. The award is given each year to one extraordinary PhD student who has advanced to the dissertation writing stage. The 2021-22 award carries a prize of $3.000.
Congratulations, UB history alum Dr. Averill Earls! Dr. Earls was awarded the Judith R. Walkowitz Prize for Best Article in Gender & Sexuality History from the North American Conference on British Studies!