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Faculty

Research Awards

The College of Liberal Arts employs more than 300 dedicated faculty to mold the minds of over 4,000 students in 12 departments. Members of our world-class faculty are nationally and internationally recognized as experts in their field and renowned for their award-winning research.

Faculty research awards are listed below, columns are sortable:

Members of the UTA Academy of Distinguished Scholars  
2013 Mary Vaccaro Art and Art History
2008 Wendy Faris English
2007 David Keens Art and Art History
2006 Jerold Edmonson Linguistics and TESOL
2005 Kenneth M. Roemer English
2004 Joseph W. Bastien Anthropology
2004 Richard Francaviglia History
2004 Susan Hekman Political Science
University Award for Distinguished Record of Research or Creative Activity  
1979 David Keens Art and Art History
2011 Douglas Richmond History
2005 Jerold A. Edmondson Linguistics and TESOL
1993 Joseph W. Bastien Sociology and Anthropology
2004 Kenneth M. Roemer English
1993 Linton Powell Music
2000 Richard V. Francaviglia History
1990 Robert Longacre Linguistics Program
1998 Susan Hekman Political Science
1985 Vincent Bruno Art and Art History
2005 Wendy B. Faris English
University Award for Outstanding Research Achievement or Creative Accomplishment  
1983 Anthony C. Anderson Art and Art History
1998 Beth Wright Art and Art History
1995 C. Jan Swearingen English
1982 C. W. Postlewate Music
1981 Charles W. Royster History
1996 Christopher C. Morris History
1988 Dale Story Political Science
1999 Deborah Reed-Danahay Sociology and Anthropology
1984 Jerold Edmondson Linguistics Program
1980 Joseph W. Bastien Sociology and Anthropology
2006 Laurin Porter English
2009 Mary Vaccaro Art and Art History
1983 Sandra Myres History
1989 Stanley Palmer History
2012 Ya'Ke Smith Art and Art History
College of Liberal Arts Award for Outstanding Research Achievement or Creative Accomplishment (inaugurated 2012)  
2012 Sam Haynes History
2013 Stacy Alaimo English
2013 Ya'Ke Smith Art and Art History
2014 Ignacio Ruiz Perez Modern Languages