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Associate Professor Robert Ingram garnered $145,500 in grants from Ohio University, the John Templeton Foundation and the Historical Society, the Charles Koch Charitable Foundation, and the Apgar Foundation to support a conference on God and the Enlightenment and to support the Ohio University-based George Washington Forum.
Professor Kevin Mattson published two books: Just Plain Dick: Richard Nixon's Checkers Speech and the Rocking, Socking Election of 1952 (New York: Bloomsbury, 2012; Paperback, 2013) and (with Eric Alterman) The Cause: The Fight for Liberalism from Franklin Roosevelt to Barack Obama (New York: Viking, 2012; Paperback, 2013).
Associate Professor Paul Milazzo received the Earhart Foundation Research Fellowship ($40,000) to support work on his scholarly biography of libertarian journalist Henry Hazlitt.
Associate Professor Brian Schoen won the Dean's Outstanding Faculty Undergraduate Advising Award from the College of Arts & Sciences.
Associate Professor Ingo Trauschweizer won the Dean's Outstanding Teaching Award from the College of Arts and Sciences.
Assistant Professor Mirna Zakic won a postdoctoral fellowship from the Volkswagen Foundation to spend a year as a scholar in residence at Germany's Freiberg Institute for Advanced Studies, where she will complete revisions of a book manuscript entitled The Furthest Watch of the Reich: National Socialism and Ethnic Germans, 1941-1944.