CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — The Center for Advanced Study has appointed 16 faculty members as associates or fellows for the 2022-23 academic year.
CAS associates and fellows are tenured and untenured faculty members, respectively, whose proposals are selected in an annual competition. Associates and fellows are granted a one-semester teaching release to pursue a scholarly or creative project.
CAS associates for 2022-23:
Teresa Cardador, labor and employment relations
Ben Grosser, art and design
Rachel S. Harris, comparative and world literature
Kristin Hoganson, history
Benjamin Hooberman, physics
Prashant Jain, chemistry
Jason Ridlon, animal sciences
Andiara Schwingel, kinesiology and community health
Anne Sickles, physics
Cory Suski, natural resources and environmental sciences
Deke Weaver, art and design
CAS fellows for 2022-23:
*Arijit Banerjee, electrical and computer engineering
*Sangjin Kim, physics
Lisa Mercer, graphic design
*Leona Yi-Fan Su, advertising
*Xiao Su, chemical and biomolecular engineering
* designates a CAS Beckman fellow.
Applications for CAS associates and fellows for the 2023-24 academic year are due Oct. 4.