Congratulations Dr. Candis Smith!!! Awarded a IU College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Fellowship for Diversity and Inclusion for the next academic year. Dr. Smith will be working on initiatives to create a more inclusive environment in the College for faculty and students; specifically, on projects that center on Anti-Black Racism.
Huge Congratulation to Brandon Stokes who once again secured a grant for the organization that he volunteers for in Chicago.
AAADS graduate student, Brandon Stokes secured a $17,000 grant called "Let's Link Chicago Community Trust for 360 Nation"
The African American Choral Ensemble performed the National Anthem virtually for the Indianapolis Colts game
Professor Calloway-Thomas was awarded the Indiana University Bicentennial Medal
AAADS graduate student Madison Clark received a Rose Library Short-Term Award Fellowship
Dr. Carolyn Calloway-Thomas was announced the winner of the National Communication Association’s 2020 Samuel L. Becker Distinguished Service Award.
Several of Dr. Raymond Wise's original compositions were published by national music publishers and are now available to choir and ensembles to perform all around the world.
Dr. Carolyn Calloway-Thomas co-authors article with Sam Hill, Newsweek contributor, author and consultant, A Timeline of Racial Progress in the US, or Lack of it, Through the Years
Professor Wester has been awarded a grant under the British Academy’s Global Professorship Programme 2020. The award also means that Maisha is a Global Professorship 2020 fellow of the British Academy, which is a beautiful accomplishment.
AAADS graduate student, Bobby davis has been tapped by Amy Kirkland, producer/arts education consultant at Carnegie Hall, “as someone who might be able to help with tagging of Instruments, Keywords, Music Features, and Themes,”
AAADS graduate students, Dhakir Abdullah and Madison Clark, were awarded fellowships from Dr. Kate Shuster, the director of the Teaching Tolerance’s Teaching Hard History project.