Anita Mixon receives teaching awards, joins Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities
April 30, 2016
Further congratulations to 2015 BMRC Fellow Anita Mixon for being the recipient of the Distinguished Women Teacher’s Award and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Campus Award for Teaching Excellence Award, based on student nominations. She has been selected as an Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities (IPRH) Fellow for 2016-2017. The theme for the year is “Publics” and we will participate in year-long activities and Fellow Seminars. As a research fellow, which carries a stipend and tuition waiver, her primary focus will be her dissertation project. Ms. Mixon thanks the BMRC and its generous financial support, for firming up her dissertation project!
Additionally, she is also the recipient of the Lynn M. Martin Award for Distinguished Women Teachers. Named for the founder, the Lynn M. Martin Award is designated to promote exceptional achievement in undergraduate teaching by women. Two awards (one for Teaching Assistants and one for Faculty members) are made annually by the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Nice work, Anita!