Recognition

Academic and Professional

Dean’s Research Grants, Santa Clara University, $10,000, 2013

Santa Clara University’s Inclusive Excellence Postdoctoral Fellow offers summer support for fellows to continue work on projects related to research and publication.

Summer Predoctoral Fellowship, Texas State University San Marcos, $11,000, 2011

From the TSU-San Marcos:

The Texas State Summer Predoctoral Fellowship Program supports the institution’s shared value of “A diversity of people and ideas, a spirit of inclusiveness, a global perspective, and a sense of community as essential conditions for campus life. The predoctoral fellowship program brings doctoral candidates from other institutions that have completed their course work and are in the process of writing their dissertations (ABD), to spend June and July on the Texas State campus working with faculty and students in their field.

Scholars for the Dream Travel Award, NCTE/CCCC, $750, 2010

From NCTE.org:

The Conference on College Composition and Communication sponsors the Scholars for the Dream Awards to encourage scholarship by historically underrepresented groups. These groups include African Americans, Asian Americans, Mexican Americans, Puerto Ricans and other Latino and Latina Americans, and American Indians—persons whose presence and whose contributions are central to the full realization of our professional goals.

Centennial Award Nominee, University of Arizona, 2010

Diversity and Inequality Scholarship, University of Arizona Graduate College, $10,000, 2008-09

English Graduate Union Travel Grant, University of Arizona.

  • 2009: $305, 2010: $270, 2011: $295.

Education Abroad Scholarship, University of California Santa Barbara, $1000, 1999-2000

Teaching

New Start Instructor of the Summer, University of Arizona, 2012

Nominated and voted on by the instructors of the summer bridge program for underrepresented student populations, this award was presented for excellence in teaching and leadership as a part of the instructional staff.


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