HISTORY BUZZ: HISTORY NEWS RECAP
Source: The Darmouth, 8-2-11
Ten Dartmouth faculty members received awards from the Office of the Dean of Faculty of Arts and Sciences for their successes in the classroom, scholarly achievements and one-on-one work with students in 2011. In addition, history professor Pamela Crossley was voted by the Class of 2011 as the winner of this year’s Jerome Goldstein Award for Distinguished Teaching, a College press release reported on July 27.
Crossley, the Charles A. and Elfriede A. Collis Professor of history, is a scholar of Chinese history whose research focuses on the Qing empire. She has taught at Dartmouth since 1985. The award for distinguished teaching was presented to Crossley on Class Day at the end of Spring term.
“The synergy between undergraduate teaching and preparing research for publication is widely recognized,” Crossley said in the release. “But at Dartmouth, we have an optimal chance to actually put it into practice.”….READ MORE