Korieh and Matthew Recognized for Research

Marquette University recently recognized two history faculty for their research. Laura Matthew received the 2014-2015 Way Klingler Sabbatical Fellowship Award, which provides for a full year sabbatical during the next academic year, for her next major research project, tentatively called Circulations: Death and Opportunity on the Mesoarmiercan Cost del Sur, 1500-1630. Only one Way Klingler Sabbatical Fellowship is awarded each year.

Chima Korieh was awarded the $1500 Marquette International Research Award by the Office of International Education for his project Untold Stories: An African Society and the Second World War. The award will help fund a research trip to Nigeria.


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