Historian Terence Keel Wins Plous Award

Congratulations to historian Terence Keel, from the department of History and Black Studies, who has received the 2017-18 Harold J. Plous Award, one of the university’s most prestigious faculty honors, the award is given annually to an exceptional assistant professor from the humanities, social sciences, or natural sciences. Javier Read de Alaniz, an associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry and chair of the 2017-18 Plous Selection Committee, said, “Professor Keel has established himself as an exemplary interdisciplinary scholar whose unique research interests span the history of science, the study of religion, Western intellectual history and African American studies."

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Thursday, June 29, 2017