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Congratulations Professor Daniel HoSang

Professor Daniel HoSang receives a teaching honor. He is this year’s recipient of the UO’s Williams Fellowship.

Known for his ability to “mobilize resources across multiple schools and departments”,  HoSang is praised for being a skilled and engaging educator by both his colleagues and his students. He led the charge for the Justice, Difference, and Inequality course cluster and has redesigned and created numerous classes, including the Hip Hop and the Politics of Race First-Year Interest Group, which uses hip-hop and rap music to offer insights into race, gender and sexuality and has earned a reputation as one of the “most popular and effective” interest groups.

“Professor HoSang’s lectures are consistently fun, intellectually challenging and original,” said Loren Kajikawa, associate professor in the School of Music and Dance.

In addition to being a skilled educator, HoSang is also known for his impressive accomplishments and reputation as a scholar. With more than a dozen notable publications, he’s recognized as a leader in American studies, critical race studies, ethnic studies, history and political science.

He is also known for his ability to secure interdisciplinary academic opportunities for students and faculty. HoSang has brought many lecturers, conferences and even a Grammy-award winning band to Eugene to enhance the educational offerings at the UO.

“The diversity and number of high-quality events that professor HoSang has brought to campus is truly breathtaking,” Kajikawa said.

The Williams program awards $5,000 to each recipient and $5,000 to their department to bolster the learning experience of undergraduates. The recipients are selected by a presidential advisory group comprised of faculty who have been recognized as “some of the university’s best teachers.”

The Williams Fellowships were established by the Tom and Carol Williams Fund for Undergraduate Education to recognize and support exceptional and collaborative professors. Williams Fellows are known for their commitment to undergraduate education and for their inventive and interdisciplinary approach to teaching.

By Emily Halnon, University Communications

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