CLA faculty make their marks on CLA, Minnesota, and the world.

Received the prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship Award:
Daphne Berdahl (Anthropology and Institute for Global Studies)
Hisham Bizri (Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature)
David Treuer (English and American Indian studies)

Elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences:
Patricia Hampl (English)
Geoffrey Hellman (Philosophy)
John Sullivan (Political Science)

Named Regents Professors, the University's highest faculty designation:
Richard Leppert (Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature)
Elaine Tyler May (American Studies)
Matt McGue (Psychology)

Named McKnight Land-Grant Professors:
Kathleen Collins (Political Science)
Karen Ho (Anthropology)
Christophe Wall-Romana (French and Italian)

Named a Distinguished McKnight University Professor:
Eric Weitz (History)

Received the University's Morse-Alumni Undergraduate Teaching Award:
Joel B. Samaha (Sociology)

Received the Morse-Alumni Graduate-Professional Teaching Award:
Maria Damon (English)

Received the University of Minnesota President's Award for Outstanding Community Service:
Jigna Desai (Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies)

Received the Mullen, Spector, Truax Women's Leadership Award for 2007:
Shirley Nelson Garner (English; Associate Dean, Graduate School)

Named the CLA Dean's Medalist
David Wilkins (American Indian Studies)

Named CLA Scholars of the College:
John Archer (Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature)
Michal Kobialka (Theatre Arts and Dance)
Candace Kruttschnitt (Sociology)
Jennifer Windsor (Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences)

Received the 2007 Lifetime Career Award from the International Society for the Study of Self and Identity:
Mark Snyder (Psychology)

Received the 2007 Sigel

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