Doran selected as Sherman Scholar
Posted October 4, 2002; 05:47 p.m.
Michael Doran, assistant professor of Near Eastern Studies at Princeton, has been selected as the first Sherman Scholar by the University of North Carolina-Wilmington. Doran will present a lecture on Oct. 24 in Wilmington on "Israel Between the United States and the Arabs."
The Sherman Scholar is part of the newly created Virginia and Derrick Sherman Emerging Scholars Lecture Series, which provides a platform for emerging scholars to present perspectives, research, concepts and approaches to modern issues and theories in history, politics and international affairs.
As part of the lecture series, Doran will participate in faculty seminars and classroom presentations. The Sherman Scholar receives a $5,000 honorarium.
Contact: Marilyn Marks (609) 258-3601