Congratulations to Max Lazar, graduate student in the department of history, on two recent awards. First, Max was awarded the Center’s Goodman Dissertation Fellowship for next academic year. This fellowship supports a Carolina graduate student working in Jewish Studies and enables a student to focus full time on his or her scholarship. This fellowship is made possible through a generous gift to the Center. Second, Max was honored with a Student Undergraduate Teaching Award. These awards were established to recognize outstanding undergraduate instruction by both faculty and teaching assistants. A committee of undergraduate students reviewed the nominations on the basis of demonstrated and consistent teaching excellence, success in positively affecting a broad spectrum of students both in and outside the classroom, and creation of a dynamic learning environment. Read more about the award. This spring semester, Max was the instructor of the Confronting Antisemitism course. Learn more about the course.