Members of the Sarah Lawrence College faculty have been recognized by their peers recently with prestigious awards for their work.
Director of the Dance program Sara Rudner received the 2009 Dance Magazine award stating that “…simply put, Sara Rudner is one of the greatest dancers of her generation.”
Theatre program director John Dillon was featured as one of the "50 at 50" at the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society gala celebration of the union's 50th anniversary along with such luminaries as Hal Prince and Peter Brook.
The Milton Society of America awarded Literature faculty member William Shullenberger the James Holly Hanford Award for Best Book on Milton in 2008 for Lady in the Labyrinth: Milton’s “Comus” as Initiation (Farleigh Dickinson University Press, 2008)
The Association of American Geographers has announced that Geography faculty member Joshua Muldavin has been selected to receive the organization’s Award for Media Achievement in the spring of 2010.
Melissa Frazier, who teaches Russian Language and Literature, is the most recent faculty member to be honored with a prestigious award. Recipient of a Fulbright fellowship, she will take up residence next spring at Urals State University in Ekaterinburg, Russia.