Faculty Awards and Fellowships (AAU Membership Indicators)

Alexander von Humboldt Fellowships

  • Kevin Barnhurst, Professor, Communication, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences 2008 (withdrew)
  • David Featherstone, Associate Professor, Biology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Patrick Fortmann, Assistant Professor, Germanic Studies, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2010-2011)
  • Jack H. Kaplan, Professor, Biochemistry & Molecular Genetics, College of Medicine (1995)
  • Tim Keiderling, Professor, Chemistry, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2011)
  • Anthony S. Laden, Associate Professor, Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Luis Lopez, Professor, Spanish, French, Italian & Portuguese, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2009) (2005)
  • Dirk Morr, Associate Professor, Physics, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2004)
  • Charles Rhodes, Professor, Physics, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1992)
  • Janet Richmond, Professor, Biological Sciences, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2010)
  • Sally Sedgwick, Professor, Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1988, 1996, 2004)
  • Ahmed Shabana, UIC Distinguished Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, College Engineering (1995)
  • John A. Sweeney, Professor, Psychology, College of Medicine (2010)
  • John Vaio, Professor, Classics & Mediterranean, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1980-1981)
  • David Wise, Associate Professor, Biological Sciences, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1985-1986)
  • Jennifer Wiley, Associate Professor, Psychology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2008-2009)

American Academy in Rome

  • Sean Lalley, Assistant Professor, Architecture, College of Architecture and the Arts (2012)
  • Martha Pollak, Professor, Art History, College of Architecture and the Arts (2007)

American Academy of Arts and Sciences

  • Anna Roosevelt, Professor, Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1992)

American Antiquarian Society Fellowships*

American Council of Learned Societies Fellowships

  • James E. Cracraft, Professor Emeritus, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
    Lennard Davis, Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Nicholas Huggett, Professor, Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2010)
  • George Huppert, Professor, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Peter Hylton, Professor, Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2005)
  • Michael Lieb, Professor Emeritus, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Alejandro Madrid, Associate Professor, Latin American and Latino Studies, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2011)
  • Martha Pollack, Professor, Art History, College of Architecture & the Arts
  • Mary Beth Rose, Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Sally Sedgwick, Professor, Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1988)

American Philosophical Society

  • Sydney Halpern, Professor, Sociology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1993)
  • Daniel Sutherland, Associate Professor, Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2010)

American School of Classical Studies in Athens Fellowships*

Fields Medal*

Folger Library Postdoctoral Fellowships

  • Mary Beth Rose, Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Ford Foundation Fellowships

  • Aixa Alfonso, Associate Professor, Biological Sciences, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1987-1988)
  • Barry Chiswick, Professor, Economics, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (1964-1965)
  • Geula Gibori, Distinguished Professor,  Physiology and Biophysics, College of Medicine, 1973-1975
  • Anna C. Roosevelt, Professor, Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1968-1969)

Fulbright Awards

  • Kevin G. Barnhurst, Professor, Communication, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1989), (2006)
  • Ellen BeGole, Associate Professor, Orthodontics, College of Dentistry (1998-1999) – Senior Scholars Fulbright Award
  • John-Jairo Betancur, Associate Professor, Urban Planning & Policy, College of Urban Planning & Public Affairs (2001-2002)
  • Nicholas Mainey Brown, Associate Professor, English (2006-2007)
  • Hui-Ching Chang, Associate Professor, Communication, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2010)
  • Barry Chiswick, Professor, Economics, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (1992)
  • Ralph Cintron, Associate Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2007-2008)
  • Lennard Davis, Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1994)
  • Geri Rachel Donenberg, Professor, Psychiatry, College of Medicine (2006-2007)
  • Richard M. Fried, Professor Emeritus, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2005-2006)
  • Kirk Arden Hoppe, Associate Professor, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2004-2005)
  • Geula Gibori, Distinguished Professor, Physiology and Biophysics, College of Medecine, 1973-1975; 2002-2003
  • Anna Guevarra, Assistant Professor, Sociology and Asian American Studies, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2001-2002)
  • Jacob Juntunen, Adjunct Lecturer, Performing Arts, College of Architecture & the Arts (2011)
  • Timothy Keiderling, Professor, Chemistry, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1984)
  • Mi Ja Kim, Professor, College of Nursing (2000-2001)
  • Mark F. Liechty, Associate Professor, Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2007-2008)
  • Nathan Lawrence Linsk, Professor, Jane Addams College of Social Work (2005-2006)
  • Anatoly S. Libgober, Professor Emeritus, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2001-2002)
  • Alejandro Luis Madrid, Assistant Professor, Latin American & Latino Studies, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2008-2009)
  • Richard L. Magin, Professor, Bioengineering, College of Engineering (2005-2006)
    Carol M. Myford, Associate Professor, Educational Psychology, College of Education (2009-2014)
  • Babette J. Neuberger, Clinical Associate Professor, School of Public Health (2003-2004)
  • James L. Norr, Assistant Professor Emeritus, Sociology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2008-2009)
  • Kathleen F. Norr, Professor, Maternal Child Nursing, College of Nursing (1999-2000)
  • Anthony Mendl Orum, Professor, Sociology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2007-2008), (2006-2007)
  • Anthony M. Pagano, Associate Professor, Managerial Studies, College of Business Administration (2010)
  • Amalia Veronika Pallares, Associate Professor, Political Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2002-2003)
  • Nadine Ruth Peacock, Associate Professor, Community Health Sciences, School of Public Health (2004-2005)
  • Michael Perman, Professor, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2002-2003)
  • Kim Potowski, Associate Professor, Hispanic and Italian Studies, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2011)
  • Anna C. Roosevelt, Professor, Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2001-2002), (2005-2006)
  • James F. Searing, Professor, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2001-2002)
  • Laurie Schaffner, Associate Professor, Sociology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2007-2008)
  • Miriam C. Schoeman, Program Coordinator, Liberal Arts & Sciences (2004-2005)
  • Alan Schwartz, Associate Professor, Medical Education, College of Medicine (2010)
  • Ahmed A. Shabana, UIC Distinguished Professor, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, College of Engineering (2007)
  • Daniel Scott Smith, Professor, Emeritus, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1984)
  • Joseph Paul Tabbi, Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2007-2008)
  • Daria Tsoupikova, Associate Professor, School of Art & Design, College of Architecture and the Arts (2010)
  • John Vaio, Professor, Classics & Mediterranean Studies, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1980)
  • Mary Beth Watson-Manheim, Associate Professor, Information and Decision Sciences, College of Business Administration (2009-2010)

Huntington Library Research Fellowships

  • Mark Canuel, Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2003)
  • Lisa Freeman, Associate Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2004)

John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowships

  • Rodney Carswell, Professor Emeritus, Art & Design, College of Architecture & the Arts (1989)
  • James E. Cracraft, Professor Emeritus, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1999)
  • Lennard Davis, Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2002)
  • John D’Emilio, Professor, Gender & Women’s Studies and History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1998)
  • Leon Fink, Professor, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2008)
  • Gerald Graff, Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1983)
  • Clark Hulse, Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • George Huppert, Professor, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Joseph Jachna, Professor Emeritus, Art & Design, College of Architecture & the Arts (1981)
  • Nicole Jordan, Associate Professor, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1998-1999)
  • Timothy Keiderling, Professor, Chemistry, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2003)
  • Michael Lieb, Professor Emeritus, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Silvia Malagrino, Associate Professor, Art & Design, College of Architecture & the Arts (2010)
  • Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle, Professor, Art & Design, College of Architecture & the Arts (2009)
  • Jennifer Montgomery, Assistant Professor, Art & Design, College of Architecture & the Arts (1996)
  • Michael Perman, Professor, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1979)
  • Ben Russell, Visiting Assistant Professor, Art & Design, College of Architecture & the Arts (2008)
  • Anthony Tasset, Professor, Art & Design, College of Architecture & the Arts (2006)
  • R. Stephen Warner, Professor Emeritus, Sociology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Anne Winters, Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2006)
  • Stephen Shing-Toung Yau, Professor, Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1980)
  • Jason Yuan, Professor, Department of Medicine, College of Medicine (2008)

MacArthur Awards

  • Anna Roosevelt, Professor, Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2000)

National Academy of Education

  • Jim Pellegrino, Professor, Psychology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences and Curriculum & Instruction, College of Education (2009)
  • Susan Goldman, Professor, Psychology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences and Curriculum & Instruction, College of Education (2011)

National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowships

  • Michael C. Alexander, Professor Emeritus, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1982)
  • Brian Bauer, Professor, Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2000), (2007)
  • Christopher R. Boyer, Associate Professor, History and Latin American &  Latino Studies, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2005)
  • Burton J. Bledstein, Associate Professor, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1987)
  • LaVonne Brown Ruoff, Professor Emertia, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1991-1992)
  • Robert Bruegmann, Professor, Art History, College of Architecture & the Arts (1982)
  • James E. Cracraft, Professor Emeritus, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1987)
  • James H. Dee, Associate Professor Emeritus, Classics and Mediterranean Studies, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1988)
  • John D’Emilio, Professor, Gender & Women’s Studies and History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • George T. Dickie, Professor Emeritus, Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1988)
  • Anne Eaton, Assistant Professor, Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Stephen Engelmann, Associate Professor, Political Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2008)
  • Susan Tax Freeman, Professor Emerita, Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1988)
  • Judith K. Gardiner, Professor, English & Gender and Women’s Studies, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1986)
  • Peter B. Hales, Professor, Art History, College of Architecture & the Arts (1986)
  • Sydney Halpern, Professor, Sociology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2005), (1994-1995)
  • Clark Hulse, Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • George Huppert, Professor, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Peter Hylton, Professor, Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • David P. Jordan, Professor, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1991-1992)
  • Nicole Jordan, Associate Professor, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1997-1998)
  • Kyoko Inoue, Professor Emerita, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1986)
  • Alex S. Kurczaba, Associate Professor, Slavic and Baltic Language and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1982)
  • Anthony S. Laden, Associate Professor, Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Michael Lieb, Professor Emeritus, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1990)
  • Ned Lukacher, Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1985)
  • Klaus Muller-Bergh, Professor Emeritus, Spanish, French, Italian & Portuguese, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1997-1998)
  • Olga B. Nedeljkovic, Professor Emerita, Slavic and Baltic Language and Literatures, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1984)
  • John T. Ramsey, Professor, Classics & Mediterranean, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1993-1994), (2007-2008)
  • John S. Rohsenow, Professor Emeritus, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1987)
  • Anna C. Roosevelt, Professor, Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1981), (1989)
  • Mary Beth Rose, Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Natalie C. Schmitt, Professor Emerita, Performing Arts, College of Architecture & the Arts (1983)
  • Sally Sedgwick, Professor, Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • R. Stephen Warner, Professor Emeritus, Sociology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1990)

Newberry Library Fellowships

  • Lisa Freeman, Associate Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2010)
  • Daniel Scott Smith, Professor, Emeritus, History, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1983-1984)

Nobel Prize

  • Jean Bogner, Research Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (2007, shared with Al Gore and a team of researchers working global warming)

Packard Fellowships*

Residency at the Center for Advanced Studies in the Visual Arts*

Residency at the Getty Center for Arts and Humanities*

Residency at the Institute for Advanced Study

  • Alina Cojocaru, Associate Professor, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts  & Sciences (2009-2010)
  • Marc Culler, Professor, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1986-1987)
  • Lawrence Ein, Professor, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1981-1982)
  • Shmuel Friedland, Professor, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1974-1975)
  • Susan Friedlander, Professor Emerita, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Henri Gillet, Professor, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1987-1988)
  • James Heitsch, Professor Emeritus, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1981-1982)
  • Steven Hurder, Professor, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1980-1981)
  • Rasma Karklins, Professor Emerita, Political Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2002-2003)
  • Anatoly Libgober, Professor Emeritus, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1977-1978,1986-1987)
  • Alina Marian, Assistant Professor, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2007-2008)
  • Howard Masur, Professor Emeritus, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1981-1982)
  • Irina Nenciu, Assistant Professor, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2005-2007)
  • David Reisman, Associate Professor, Classics and Mediterranean Studies, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Bhama Srinivasan, Professor Emeritus, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1976-1977)
  • David Tartakoff, Professor Emeritus, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1975-1977)
  • Philip Wagreich, Professor, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1968-1970)
  • R. Stephen Warner, Professor Emeritus, Sociology, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • John Wood, Professor, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1969-1970)
  • Steven Yau, Professor, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1976-1977, 1981-1982)

Residency at the National Humanities Center*

Residency at the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars

  • Elizabeth Todd-Breland, Assistant Professor, History, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (2016)
  • Yue Zhang, Associate Professor, Political Science, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (2015)
  • Rasma Karklins, Professor Emerita, Political Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1992)

Rockefeller Fellowships

  • Ralph Cintron, Associate Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
  • Peter Hylton, Professor, Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Searle Scholars*

Sloan Fellowships

  • Jonathan Art, Associate Professor in Anatomy & Cell Biology, College of Medicine (1987)
  • Daniel Bernstein, Professor, Computer Science, College of Engineering
  • Izzet Coskun, Assistant Professor, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2009)
  • Marc Culler, Professor, Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1986)
  • Laura DeMarco, Associate Professor, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2008)
  • Lawrence Ein, LAS Distinguished Professor, Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1987)     
  • Henri Gillet, Professor, Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1986)     
  • Steven Hurder, Professor, Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1985)   
  • Charles Knessl, Professor, Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences  (1990)   
  • Daesung Lee, Associate Professor, Chemistry, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, (2004-2006)
  • Alina Marian, Assistant Professor, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2009)
  • Howard A. Masur, Professor Emeritus, Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1982)     
  • Dhruv Mubayi, Professor, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2005)
  • Mihnea Popa, Associate Professor, Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2007)     
  • Peter B. Shalen, LAS Distinguished Professor, Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (1977)     
  • Brooke Shipley, Professor, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2002)
  • Mikhail Stephanov, Associate Professor, Physics, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2002)
  • Kevin Whyte, Professor, Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2004)
  • Stephen Shing-Toung Yau, Professor, Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (2005)

*Currently there are no UIC faculty recipients of this award.