George Lewis Elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences!

George Lewis, Case Professor of American Music, has been elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Among the members are some of the world's most accomplished scholars, scientists, writers, artists, and civic, corporate, and philanthropic leaders: see the complete list of 2015 Fellows here and the press release here.

Lucie Vágnerová chosen for the 2015 Meyerson Award for Excellence in Core Teaching and the GSAS Teaching Scholars Program

Lucie Vagnerova (Historical Musicology) has been chosen to receive a 2015 Meyerson Award for Excellence in Core Teaching. This award, which carries a stipend, is given annually in Art Humanities, Music Humanities, and Literature Humanities to an outstanding graduate student preceptor in each course. 

Lucie Vágnerová Receives 2015 Meyerson Award for Excellence in Core Teaching

Lucie Vagnerova has been chosen to receive a 2015 Meyerson Award for Excellence in Core Teaching.  This award, which carries a stipend, is given annually in Art Humanities, Music Humanities, and Literature Humanities to an outstanding graduate student preceptor in each course.  Lucie's achievement will be recognized at the Spring Core Party, Friday, May 8, 3-6pm (ceremony about 4pm), Core Curriculum Office, 202 Hamilton Hall.   
 
Congratulations, Lucie!
 
Walter Frisch
Chair, Music Humanities
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