Dr. Mytheli Sreenivas, Associate Professor in WGSS and History, has won The Ronald and Deborah Ratner Distinguished Teaching Award!
The Ratner is an award of up to $20,000 that goes to tenured faculty members within the Division of Arts and Humanities who have shown themselves to engage, motivate, and inspire students. Recognized faculty members are especially noted for impacting and making a difference in their students’ lives, educations, and careers. Up to five awards are given to selected faculty members each year.
During the academic year, Dr. Sreenivas teaches courses on modern South Asia, comparative women’s history, postcolonial and transnational feminisms, the politics of reproduction, and world history. She has earned high praise for her work from faculty and students alike, particularly for her instruction of the Reproductive Rights and Justice course (WGSST 4189.01s), a relatively new service-learning course in which students work with local organizations seeking to further reproductive justice in policy, legal, healthcare, and other contexts.
Thank you, Dr. Sreenivas, for your hard work, and congratulations on this achievement!