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Jeremy Engels, assistant professor of Communication Arts & Sciences, is the 2011 winner of the National Communication Association's Karl R. Wallace Award.

"The Karl R. Wallace Memorial Award is given to foster and promote philosophical, historical, or critical scholarship in rhetoric and public discourse. Nominees should be NCA members who have completed the Ph.D. within the past ten years or who are well advanced in doctoral studies in rhetoric and public address. The recipient of the award will receive a plaque and a grant-in-aid from the Wallace Award Fund." (from the NCA web site)

The award is given in recognition of Jeremy's outstanding record of scholarship, and to support his current research project on "the politics of resentment."

Congratulations, Jeremy!

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