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2017-18 Capaa And Rasa Award Recipients

November 27, 2017 American Studies | Art | Maryland Center for Humanities Research | Communication | English | History | School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures | School of Music | School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies | Women's Studies

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The College of Arts and Humanities extends its congratulations to outstanding faculty for RASA and CAPPA awards.

The College of Arts and Humanities extends its congratulations to outstanding faculty who have been named 2017-18 recipients of the Creative and Performing Arts Awards (CAPAA) or Research and Scholarship Awards (RASA) from the University of Maryland’s Graduate School.

ABOUT CAPAA:

CAPPA supports artistic activities and are awarded to full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty. Faculty who receive a semester award are excused from teaching duties during the period for which the CAPAA was granted. Those who receive a summer CAPAA will receive a $9,000 stipend for two months during the summer for which the award is granted. To be eligible for the summer award, the faculty member needs to hold a 9 – 9 ½ appointment, which means they do not have teaching responsibilities over the summer. The most recent CAPAA summer awardees will apply the award to summer 2017.

ARHU’s semester CAPAA recipients include: Joshua Weiner, Department of English Helen Huang, School of Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies   ARHU’s summer CAPAA recipients include: Cy Keener, Department of Art Brandon Morse, Department of Art Gabrielle Fuentes, Department of English Sarah Frisof, School of Music  

ABOUT RASA:

RASA are awarded to full-time tenure and tenure-track faculty. The awards support research and scholarship. Faculty who receive a semester award are excused from teaching duties during the period for which the RASA was granted. Faculty who receive a summer RASA will receive a $9,000 stipend for two months during the summer for which the award is granted. To be eligible for the summer award, the faculty member needs to hold a 9 – 9 ½ appointment, which means they do not have teaching responsibilities over the summer. The most recent RASA summer awardees will apply the award to summer 2017.

ARHU semester RASA Recipients: Andrew Schonebaum, School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Alexis Lothian, Department of Women's Studies Ali Abasi, School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Damien Pfister, Department of Communication Randy Ontiveros, Department of English Janelle Wong, Department of American Studies Jan Padios, Department of American Studies
ARHU summer RASA Recipients: Antoine Borrut, Department of History