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Professors Nicholas Dames, chair of the English and Comparative Lit Department, and Boris Gasparov, a professor of Slavic Languages, will both receive awards from the Columbia College Academic Awards Committee this spring. Bwog wishes them both congratulations. The Columbia College Academic Awards Committee is pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 Mark Van Doren […]

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Prof. David Lurie is receiving the Lionel Trilling Best Book Award, and Prof. Christia Mercer is receiving the Mark Van Doren Best Teacher Award, but the real news is that the award ceremony is preceded by a free reception in Faculty House’s “Skyline Dining Room” at 6pm. No official word on what kind of refreshment […]

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Christia Mercer is awesome—and the Academic Awards Committee thinks so too. Minutes ago, they announced that she is the 2012 recipient of the Mark van Doren Award, the highest student-awarded honor a professor can receive. The Lionel Trilling Award, given to the professor who “best exhibits the standards of intellect and scholarship” in a recent […]

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Bwog would like to extend its heartiest congratulations to this year’s recipients of the Lionel Trilling and Mark Van Doren Awards, bestowed upon exceptional professors each year for writing a fancy book and being dedicated to “humanity, devotion to truth and inspiring leadership,” respectively. This year, the Trilling Award goes to the English department’s James […]

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Despite previous statements to the contrary, the Academic Affairs Committee has invited the entirety of Columbia College to tonight’s Academic Awards Ceremony. The ceremony will honor Lionel Trilling and Mark van Doren Award winners, Joseph Massad and Andrew Nathan, respectively.  The reception starts tonight in Low at 6 PM with the ceremony to follow. We’re […]

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The winners of the 2008 Lionel Trilling and Mark van Doren Awards have been announced. As Bwog reported earlier, Associate Professor Joseph Massad has been awarded the former, while Andrew Nathan, Political Science Department Chairman, has been awarded the latter for his “humanity, devotion to truth, and and inspiring leadership,” according to the press release.  […]

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Today Associate Professor Joseph Massad‘s Desiring Arabs has been awarded the 2008 Lionel Trilling Award, according an email sent to the MEALAC listserv. The award is given each year to honor the book authored by a Columbia faculty member “that is deemed to best exhibit the standards of intellect and scholarship found in Lionel Trilling’s […]

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You missed… – Awards! The Kings Crown awards went out, landing in the inboxes (and on the resumes) of meritorious students. But perhaps more importantly, the undergraduate Academic Awards Committee made their picks: the Lionel Trilling Award, for the best book published by a member of the Columbia faculty in the calendar year; and the […]

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