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T. Mills Kelly

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T. Mills Kelly is the Chair of the Civic Education Project.

Prizes and Awards [1]

  • Research Scholar fellowship, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 2004-05
  • State Council on Higher Education (SCHEV) Outstanding Faculty Award, winner in the category "Teaching With Technology," 2004-05 [more->]
  • George Mason University Teaching Excellence Award, 2004-05
  • Technology Across the Curriculum grant, George Mason University, 2004-05
  • Co-Director, Women in World History, National Endowment for the Humanities, Exemplary Education Project, 2003-05
  • Mathy Junior Faculty Award, George Mason University, 2003
  • Technology Across the Curriculum grant, George Mason University, 2003-04
  • Co-Director, World History Matters, National Endowment for the Humanities, Exemplary Education Project, 2002-04
  • Honorary Member, Alpha Lambda Delta, selected by George Mason University Freshman honors students, 2002.
  • Technology Across the Curriculum grant, George Mason University, 2002-03
  • Summer research grant, George Mason University, 2002
  • Consultant, Quality in Undergraduate Education initiative, 2002-05
  • Independent Researcher, Visible Knowledge Project, 2000-05
  • Carnegie Scholar, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, 1999-2000
  • Elected to Texas Tech University Teaching Academy, Spring 2000
  • IREX Short-term Travel Grant, 1999
  • Czech Educational Foundation of Texas, support for Virtual Archive of Central European History project, 2000
  • Slovak-American Cultural Foundation, support for Virtual Archive of Central European History project, 2000 and 2001
  • Research Enhancement Fund Grant, Texas Tech University Arts & Sciences Council, 1999-2000
  • Faculty Incentive Grant, Texas Tech University Teaching, Learning and Technology Center, 1999-2000
  • Gloria Lyerla Memorial Library Research Travel Grant, 1999-2000
  • Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Research Scholar, 1997
  • Woodrow Wilson Center Junior Scholars Training Seminar, August, 1996
  • Jan Hus Foundation grant to present a series of lectures on the history of nationalism at Pavel Josef ”Safarik University in Presov, Slovakia in April, 1996
  • Finalist, AAASS National Student Paper Competition, 1995
  • Soros Foundation grant for course development project: Nationalism and Human Rights, 1995
  • George Hoffman Dissertation Fellowship for research in Eastern Europe, 1994-95
  • University Fellow, George Washington University, 1992-94
  • Summer Dissertation Research Fellowship, George Washington University, 1992
  • Elmer Louis Kayser Prize for best M.A. thesis in history, 1988

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References

  1. Prizes and Awards, T. Mills Kelly, accessed October 7, 2007.