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Awards and Recognition



 Ernest A. Calloway Teaching Award

Each year, the Society of African American Studies awards the Ernest A. Calloway Teaching Award to a University faculty member whose efforts in the classroom reflected Calloway's commitment to social justice, diversity and inclusion.

The award, named for the late Saint Louis University professor, was established by SLU alumnus Brian Shelton. The award is given annually during Sankofa, the African American graduate recognition ceremony held during pre-commencement activities.


Previous Calloway Award winners:

2014: Jonathan Smith, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of African American Studies 

2013: Karla Scott, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Communication

                                                       2012: Stefan Bradley, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History and Director of the African-American Studies Program


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