Chris Hulshof and Kurt Kuehne, CSEAS graduate students, win Campus-Wide TA Awards

Congratulations to Christopher Hulshof and Kurt Kuehne, who were awarded in recognition of their outstanding teaching this year! Both Chris and Kurt are graduates of the MA program in Southeast Asian Studies, going on to pursue PhDs in their respective fields of History and Sociology. Chris received the Exceptional Service Award, which recognizes TAs who, in addition to their regular duties, perform exceptional service related to the educational mission of their department and our university (volunteerism, committee work, mentoring, etc.). Kurt received the Capstone PhD Teaching Award, which recognizes TAs who have performed as outstanding teachers throughout their UW–Madison tenure. This category honors TAs who are dissertators at the end of their graduate program and planning to defend their dissertations by the end of the academic year.

Tyrell Haberkorn awarded Guggenheim fellowship for project: Dictatorship on Trial in Thailand

Tyrell Haberkorn, affiliated CSEA
S faculty, has been awarded a Guggenheim fellowship for her project, Dictatorship on Trial in Thailand. She will use the year-long fellowship to analyze the individual, social, and legal impacts of the five years of dictatorship under the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO, 2014-2019) in Thailand and identify how they might be redressed and justice forged.