Prof. John Marston the 29th James R. Wiseman Book Award for Agricultural Sustainability and Environmental Change at Ancient Gordion. Professor Curtis Runnels received the Gold Medal Award at the annual meeting. Congratulations, well deserved!
Professor Curtis Runnels has been awarded the prestigious Gold Medal from the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA), and there will be a session honoring his legacy to archaeology on Jan 4, 2019 at the annual meeting. The Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement is awarded by the Archaeological Institute of America in “recognition of […]
Maria Codlin is recipient of the Long Term GRAF and will be doing her research in Mexico, Spring 2019. Daniela Hernandez Sarinana is recipient of a Short Term GRAF and will also be doing her research in Mexico, Spring 2019.
Archaeological Institute of America has selected Professor John Marston to be the twenty-ninth recipient of the James R. Wiseman Book Award for his 2017 book, Agricultural Sustainability and Environmental Change at Ancient Gordion. He will receive the award at the meeting in January 2019 (alongside Curtis Runnels receiving the Gold Medal award!). Congratulations Mac!
Archaeology Major, Sydney Hunter (CAS’19) recognized by BU UROP as an Outstanding Student Researcher. Sydney conducted her research in Uzbekistan, taking soil samples for phytolith analysis. 2018 Symposium Awards
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On Thursday, May 3, 2018 CAS Outstanding Teaching Fellow Award was awarded to Kathleen Forste for her dedication to assisting in undergraduate courses. Congratulations Kathleen!
Wednesday, May 9 at the College of Arts and Sciences faculty meeting Professor John Marston was awarded the Gitner Award for Distinguished Teaching. Congratulations Mac!
Elizabeth Hannigan’CAS18 awarded the Harold C. Case scholarship for next year, her senior year. This award is one of the highest honors accorded to undergraduate students at Boston University. You were one of 8 students to win the award this year. The Harold C. Case Scholarship was established by contributions from students, alumni, staff, faculty, […]
Wednesday, May 16th the Center for the Humanities held an award ceremony and reception. Archaeology undergrads Aarti Arora, Elizabeth Hannigan, and Kailun Jiang recipients of The Alice M. Brennan Humanities Award at the ceremony. The Alice M. Brennan Humanities Award supports studies in the humanities. Congratulations Aarti, Elizabeth and Kailun!