Professor Ray Gonzalez

Accolades

Professor Ray Gonzalez (English) has received a Southwest Book Award for Cutting the Wire: Photographs and Poetry from the U.S./Mexico Border, written with Lawrence Welsh.
Matt Carlson

Accolades Fall 2019

Associate Professor Matt Carlson (Journalism) has written "Measurable Journalism: Digital Platforms, News Metrics and the Quantified Audience," which explores ways in which the increasingly ‘measurable’ news audience has had an impact on journalistic practices. This book was originally published as a special issue of "Digital Journalism."
Zhen Zou

Chinese, English language students learn from each other in U of M program

The TandemPlus program pairs two people to learn each other's native language and culture. “So, we use the two groups’ native language as resources for the other group,” said Zhen Zou, an education specialist in the Department of Asian Languages and Literatures. Zou's students elaborate on the impact the TandemPlus program has had on them in this article. 
Queer Forms art exhibit

“Queer Forms” highlights the past, present and future of LGBTQ+ community

In recognition of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising and the first gay liberation organization at the University of Minnesota, the Katherine E. Nash gallery presents “Queer Forms.” The multidisciplinary art exhibition features 100 artists celebrating queer identity including Corinne Teed, an assistant professor of art.
Amateur photographer Artyom Tonoyan

St. Paul Church at Heart of Exhibit that Remembers Armenian Genocide

Artyom Tonoyan, a research associate at the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, was a photographer for the new traveling exhibit, "Treasures of Memory and Hope." The exhibit has been touring the Midwest since April, and features 55 oversized portraits of Armenian-Americans from the Twin Cities displaying the treasured items their ancestors carried during the death march of April 24, 1915.
David Chang

Accolades Fall 2018

Professor David A. Chang (History) has been chosen by the Modern Language Association of America to receive the MLA Prize for Studies in Native American Literatures, Cultures, and Languages for his book, The World and All the Things upon It: Native Hawaiian Geographies of Exploration.
Professor Ramos Garcia

Accolades Spring 2019

Professor Luis Ramos-Garcia (Spanish & Portuguese Studies) is the recipient of the 2019 Award for Global Engagement from the Global Programs and Strategy Alliance. This award is given to those faculty and staff whose achievements and contributions to global education, research and engagement are exceptional.