Texas A&M University, College of Liberal Arts, Online Curriculum Grant; part of team from History Department
John S. Aubrey Fellowship, Newberry Library (Chicago) for “The Doyenne of Chicago Dance: Ann Barzel as Champion, Collector, and Critic”
National Endowment of the Humanities Summer Institute, Making Modernism: Literature and Culture in Twentieth-Century Chicago, 1893-1955, Newberry Library (Chicago).
Grant for participation in Liberal Arts International Conference, Texas A&M University at Qatar.
Recipient of Peter Rollins Travel Grant from Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association for presentation of “Why Not Dance in History?: Using Popular Dance in the US History Surveys”.
Author Workshop Participant, Folklore Studies in A Multicultural World series with University of Illinois Press, Editor Laurie Matheson, for Dancing American-ness: Folk Dance as Americanization in Chicago, 1890 – 1940.
2013 – 2014
Dissertation Fellowship, Texas A&M University at Qatar
2012 – 2013
Texas A&M University Race and Ethnic Studies Institute Fellowship
Selma Jeanne Cohen Award, Society of Dance History Scholars, for best graduate student paper submitted to the annual conference
Dance Studies in/and the Humanities, Summer Seminar Participant, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
Charles C. Keeble ’48 Dissertation Fellowship, Texas A&M University History Department
Vision 2020 Dissertation Enhancement Award, Texas A&M University College of Liberal Arts