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The Feliks Gross Endowment Award

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Feliks Gross Endowment Award Announcement and Nomination 
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The Feliks Gross Endowment Award is presented each year to assistant professors in recognition of outstanding research, or potential for such, in the humanities or sciences, including social and life sciences. Any faculty member who is an assistant professor at any unit of CUNY and whose field of expertise covers an area of the humanities or sciences is eligible to be considered for one of these awards. Recipients who present their work at the ceremony receive an honorarium and a plaque.
Nominations are due on Monday, March  2, 2015.
Please email questions to cunyacademy@gmail.com.

About Feliks Gross

Feliks Gross arrived among the great wave of Europeans who transformed American scholarship in the years following the Second World War. With his broad humanistic interests, commitment to social activism and scholarship, he has made a lasting memorable contribution to the intellectual life of his adopted land.

Born in Poland, Feliks Gross received his doctorate from Jagiellonian University of Cracow, where he was also an assistant professor in sociology. In 1939 he was appointed lecturer in social anthropology by Bronislaw Malinowski. The outbreak of war kept him from this assignment.

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