Top row: Sallie Marston, Connie Woodhouse, Diana Liverman, and Faten Ghosn; Bottom row: Stefano Bloch, Antonio Jose Bacelar da Silva, Lindsay Montgomery, Vance Holliday
On January 19, 2022, several faculty in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences were
honored for their milestone achievements. Congratulations! (Photos by Chris Richards/University of Arizona Alumni Association.)
Regents Professors Sallie A. Marston, School of Geography, Development & Environment Connie Woodhouse, School of Geography, Development & Environment National Academy of Sciences Diana M. Liverman, School of Geography, Development & Environment
Distinguished Professor Faten Ghosn, School of Government and Public Policy Early Career Scholars Stefano Bloch, School of Geography, Development & Environment
Antonio José Bacelar da Silva, Center for Latin American Studies
Lindsay Martel Montgomery, School of Anthropology
Henry and Phyllis Koffler Prize Vance T. Holliday, School of Anthropology
Sallie Marston was honored as a Regents Professor.
Connie Woodhouse honored as a Regents Professor.
Diana Liverman, pictured with SBS Dean JP Jones III, was honored for being elected into the National Academy of Sciences.
SBS Dean John Paul Jones III describes the accomplishments of University Distinguished Professor Faten Ghosn, who could not be present.
Early Career Scholar Stefano Bloch with SBS Dean JP Jones III
Early Career Scholar Antonio José Bacelar da Silva with SBS Dean JP Jones III
Early Career Scholar Lindsay Montgomery with SBS Dean JP Jones III
Vance Holliday with JP Jones III, dean of the College of SBS, and Carmala Garzione, dean of the College of Science. Holliday received the Henry and Phyllis Koffler Prize.in the category of research, scholarship and creative activity.