Autumn Womack Named 2020-2023 Charles G. Osgood University Preceptor

Wednesday, Apr 8, 2020
by Department of African American Studies

Autumn Womack

Autumn Womack, Professor of African American Studies and English, has been named the 2020-2023 Charles G. Osgood University Preceptor. The preceptorship was established by benefactors in 1986 in honor of Charles G. Osgood, one of the original preceptors appointed by Woodrow Wilson.

The University Preceptorships are endowed junior faculty position awarded to outstanding assistant professors to support their teaching and scholarship. These preceptorships also provide a semester of paid leave of absence and an annual fund to aid research expenses. 


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