AWARD FINALIST, “Highly Commended” Pauline Alderman Award for Outstanding Journal Article, Individual Book Chapter or Essay Treating an Aspect of Women in Music, “Highly Commended,” International Alliance for Women in Music, awarded for Chapter 3, March 2021
AWARD FINALIST, Association for Theater in Higher Education Outstanding Book Award Finalist for Performing Antiquity: Ancient Greek Music and Dance from Paris to Delphi, 1890-1930, June 2020
FELLOWSHIP, Visiting Research Fellow, Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities, Birkbeck College, University of London, June 2020 [Postponed to June 2022 due to COVID-19]
AWARD, Allan Wasserman Young Leadership Award, Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton, Dayton, OH, August 2019
GRANT, University of Dayton, College of Arts & Sciences, Liberal Arts Scholarship Catalyst Grant, 2019-2020: Grant to begin fieldwork for new book manuscript, Extreme Early Music: Performing Antiquity Today.
GRANT, University of Dayton Research Council Summer Seed Grant, 2016: Grant to work on book manuscript.
GRANT, University of Dayton Research Council Summer Seed Grant, 2015: Grant to conduct archival research in Madison, WI.
GRANT, University of Dayton Research Fellows Grant, 2014: Grant to conduct and make the first recording of the chamber version of Gabriel Fauré’s Hymne à Apollon (1914).
GRANT, University of Dayton Research Council Summer Seed Grant, 2014: Grant to conduct archival research in Washington, DC.
GRANT, Ohio Humanities Council, 2013: Major grant to organize a performance of Le Sacre du printemps arranged for solo piano, and an interdisciplinary symposium, “The Rite of Spring and Its Legacies: Global and Regional Perspectives,” at the University of Dayton.
GRANT, University of Dayton Research Council Summer Seed Grant, 2013: Grant to conduct archival research in Paris, France.
GRANT, University of Dayton Crossing Boundaries Curricular Innovation Grant, 2011: Funding to develop a new course for the University’s Common Academic Program on Music, Technology and Culture (co-authored grant with Prof. Phil Farris).
GRANT, University of Dayton Crossing Boundaries Curricular Innovation Grant, 2011: Funding to develop a new course for the University’s Common Academic Program on the Virgin Mary in Music (co-authored grant with Dr. Eric Street).
GRANT, Professional Development Travel Grant, American Musicological Society, November 2008.
GRANT, Northwestern University’s Alice Berline Kaplan Institute for the Humanities, Mellon Research Grant, Spring 2008.
FELLOWSHIP, Harvard University, Houghton Library, John M. Ward Fellowship in Dance and Music for the Theatre, 2007-2008.
AWARD, Society of Dance History Scholars, Selma Jeanne Cohen Award, 2007: Awarded for Graduate Students papers presented at the annual conference recognizing excellence in dance scholarship.