Earlier this week, Assistant Professor Amrita Dhar was named the 2019 recipient of the Milton Society of America’s Albert C. Labriola award. The award recognizes a distinguished article written by a graduate student about John Milton that was published or is forthcoming in a journal or multi-author essay collection.
The Association for the Rhetoric of Science, Technology and Medicine (ARSTM) has announced the winner of its 2019 Book Award: Bodies in Flux: Scientific Methods for Negotiating Medical Uncertainty (University of Chicago Press 2017) by Associate Professor Christa Teston. This award will be presented to Teston during the National Communication Association conference on Nov. 16 in Baltimore, Md. This is the second major award Teston’s book has received.