Event: Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts 2019 Distinguished Alumni Awards
Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts 2019 Distinguished Alumni Awards
Dean Jacqueline J. Royster and the Awards Planning Committee cordially invite you to attend the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts Distinguished Alumni Awards on Tuesday, March 12, 2019, at 5:30 P.M. to honor graduates from each of our six schools, friends and supporters of the college, and recipients of the Ivan Allen Jr Legacy Awards.
Here is the schedule for the evening:
- 5:30 P.M. - 6:30 P.M.
Networking Reception with Wine and a Buffet Dinner
- 6:30 P.M. - 8:30 P.M.
Awards Program & Presentations
Welcome - Dean Jacqueline J. Royster
Special Remarks - Provost Rafael L. Bras
Closing Remarks - Dean Royster
The Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts Distinguished Alumni Awards were inaugurated in 2015. The awards celebrate excellence in the College community by honoring outstanding graduates of the College, current undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty, as well as our friends and supporters. These individuals have achieved notable success in their profession and may have contributed significantly to the College, the Institute, or the public welfare.
Three categories of awards will be presented: the Ivan Allen Jr Legacy Awards, the Distinguished Alumni Awards recognizing graduates from each of our six schools, and the Dean’s Appreciation Award honoring supporters of the College.
The 2019 Honorees are:
★ Ivan Allen Jr. Legacy Awards ★
Undergraduate Yonatan Weinberg (History, Technology, and Society)
Graduate Emma M. Browning (International Affairs)
Faculty Shatakshee Dhongde (Economics)
★ Distinguished Alumni Awards ★
School of Public Policy
(M.S. Public Policy 1993, Ph.D. Public Policy 2000)
The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs
(M.S. International Affairs 2010)
School of Economics
Joseph B. Owens, Jr.
(B.S. Economics 1977)
School of Literature, Media, and Communication
(B.S. Science, Technology, and Culture 2003)
School of Modern Languages
(B.S. International Affairs and Modern Languages 2006)
School of History and Sociology
Angelina Long Callahan
(M.S. History and Sociology of Technology and Science 2009
Ph.D. History and Sociology of Technology and Science 2013)
★ Dean’s Appreciation Award ★