Professors Hajdarpasic, Kaufman, Roberts recognized for Research and Teaching Excellence
We are pleased to congratulate Professors Edin Hajdarpasic, Suzanne Kaufman, Kyle Roberts for their awards in Research and Teaching Excellence. Professor Roberts was awarded the Sujack for teaching, and Professor Hajdarpasic for research. This is the first time a department has won both Sujack Awards for research and teaching. The Sujack Teaching Awards were established in 1994 by Edwin T. and Vivijeanne F. Sujack in order to take special notice each year of two outstanding teachers in the College of Arts and Sciences. These awards recognize superb teaching of undergraduate students. In 2012, the Sujack Family established the Sujack Family Faculty Research Excellence Awards in order to recognize college faculty for their individual research and scholarship outside of the classroom. Professor Hajadarpasic has also won the 2016 Rothschild Prize in Nationalism and Ethnic Studies for his book, Whose Bosnia? Nationalism and Political Imagination in the Balkans, 1840–1914, which you can read more about here. Professor Kaufman was awarded Masters Teacher in the College of Arts and Sciences which is the second highest award for teaching for the College of Arts and Sciences.
Congratulations to our award winning faculty! To see a full list of past award winning faculty, click here.