Awardees from left to right: Cristina Azocar, Trevor Getz, and Brad Hogarth
Three Professors Win Marcus Transformative Research Award for 2021-22
Three College of Liberal & Creative Arts faculty members are this year's recipients of the Marcus Transformative Research Award and will support research in topics spanning the decolonizing of communication research, empowering history collection in Ghana and recovering the works of a 19th century composer.
The Marcus Transformative Research Award provides one semester leave with pay and a $3,000 research budget. The award is made possible by the George and Judy Marcus Funds for Excellence in the Liberal Arts, which was established in 2018 with a $25 million gift to SF State.
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