Faculty, Staff, Students Reap SIS, External Awards
SIS Faculty Awards
Scholar/Teacher: Patrick Jackson
Outstanding Scholarship, Research, and Professional Contributions: Clarence Lusane
William Cromwell Award for Outstanding Teaching: Sharon Weiner
Darrell Randall Award for Outstanding Service to the University Community: Paul Wapner
Outstanding Teaching, Adjunct Faculty: Zakir Hafez
William C. Olson Award for Outstanding Teaching by a PhD Student: Dylan Craig
SIS Staff Awards
Outstanding Performance: Irina Douda
Outstanding Service to the University Community: Rebecca Bellinger, Heidi Ashton Yoon, Jeannie Khouri
Special Award: Tim Cegnar
SIS Student Awards
Outstanding Service to the SIS Community: Gunperi Sisman
Outstanding Service to the University Community: Jonathan Freimark
Outstanding Scholarship, Undergraduate: Erin Lockwood
Outstanding Scholarship, Graduate: Kathryn Schoenberger and Laura McGinnis
Annette Langdon Award for Outstanding Community Activism in Support of Social Justice: Amber Jolla
Global Environmental Politics Awards for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Global Environmental Politics: Julia Kennedy
SIS Resonator Award for Outstanding SIS Spirit and Service to the SIS Community: Florian Von Gierke
Kimberly Miller Award for Outstanding Commitment to European Studies and Community Spirit: Micah Johnston
Brady Tyson Award for Excellence in Work Related to Human Rights: Tazreena Sajjad
The Serif Mardin Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Islamic Studies: Lauren Barr
Petra Kelly Memorial Award for the Graduating SIS Senior Most Active in Support of Nuclear Nonproliferation, Environmental Issues, and Political Activism: Joely Hildebrand
Samuel L. Sharp Award for Creative Work in International Relations at the Graduate Level: Amparo Garcia
Alan Taylor Award for Excellence in Middle East Studies and University Service: Rachel Tranick
Harold Davis Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Latin American Studies: Amelia Frank-Vitale
Charles H. Heimsath Award for Excellence in Style and Substance of Written Work in International Relations at the Undergraduate Level: Garrett Harkins
Pittman B. Potter Award for Outstanding Scholarship in International Law and Organization: Karun Tilak
Frank Willis Scotton Award for the Undergraduate Student Who Best Exemplifies the Ideals of Service Embodied in the Mission of the School: Annie Adam
Sigma Iota Rho Inductees
Andrew D. Feierman
Florian von Gierke
Justin Van Der Horn
Chul Hun Lee
William Alex Litchfield
Miranda N. Schaeffer
Martin A. Taylor
Robert Bosch Foundation Fellowship Program is given each year to twenty accomplished young Americans, allowing them the opportunity to complete a high-level professional development program in Germany.
Critical Language Scholarship Program offers intensive summer language institutes overseas in thirteen critical need foreign languages.
DACOR Bacon House Foundation Fellowship was established to develop mutual international understanding and strengthen ties between the people of the United States and other nations. It pursues programs of a public and educational nature to enhance awareness of and foster educated leadership in international affairs.
Fulbright Grants were established in 1949 by Congress to promote mutual understanding between U.S. citizens and people of other nations. The fellowship offers students, scholars, and professional opportunities to undertake international graduate study, advanced research, university teaching, and teaching in elementary and secondary schools worldwide.
Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship provides awards to undergraduates to study abroad for a semester or academic year. The program encourages students to choose non-traditional destinations, especially those outside Western Europe and Australia.
Institute for International Public Policy Fellowships intend to increase the participation and influence of under-represented minority groups in international affairs.
Killam Fellowships provide an opportunity for exceptional undergraduate students from universities in Canada and the United States to spend either one semester or a full academic year as an exchange student in the other country.
Presidential Management Fellowship, established by President Jimmy Carter in 1977, is a highly selective fellowship designed to attract outstanding graduate students from a variety of academic disciplines and career tracks to federal service. National finalists rotate through multiple assignments in federal agencies over a two-year period, most often resulting in permanent employment with the federal government.
Public Policy and International Affairs Fellowship prepares young adults for an advanced degree and ultimately for careers and influential roles serving the public good.
Harold Rosenthal Fellowship in International Relations offers qualified students pursuing a career in international relations the opportunity to spend a summer in professional fellowship positions with a Member of Congress or in the State Department.