Professor In The School Of Communication And Multimedia Studies
Chris Scodari , professor in the School of Communication and Multimedia Studies, recently received the Carl Bode Award for Outstanding Article published in the "Journal of American Culture in 2013."
Associate Professor Of English
Eric Berlatsky, associate professor of English, was nominated for "Best Online Comics Criticism" for the second year running for his piece in the Comics Forum titled "Between Supermen: Homosociality, Misogyny, and Triangular Desire in the Earliest Superman Stories."
Associate Professor In The School Of Communication And Multimedia Studies
Joey Bargsten, associate professor in the School of Communication and Multimedia Studies, was one of 49 winners of the 2013 Miami Knight Arts Challenge.
Assistant Professor Of English
Julieann Ulin, assistant professor of English, had her first monograph, "Medieval Invasions in Modern Irish Literature," published.
Professor Of Political Science
Jeffrey Morton, professor of political science, has been named a Fellow at the Foreign Policy Association. The Foreign Policy Association (FPA) was founded in 1918 to promote a broad public understanding of American foreign policy through scholarship and teaching. In 2012, Dr. Morton was the recipient of the Foreign Policy Association Medal at the World Leadership Forum Dinner in New York City.
Associate Professor Of Theatre And Dance
Richard Gamble, associate professor of theatre and dance, has been awarded the 2013 Outstanding Theatre Arts Educator by the Florida Association for Theatre Education (FATE). Gamble has been at FAU for more than 20 years, serving as chair of the Department of Theatre and Dance for five years. Prior to coming to FAU, he taught at several institutions across the country. Gamble's award is one of four annual awards made by FATE to recognize people that are furthering their goals of assuring that every Florida student have access to an education that includes theatre and dramatic arts taught by qualified theatre arts instructors.