Fabian Prieto-Nañez, an assistant professor in the Department of Science, Technology, and Society, was awarded the Martha Moore Trescott Prize by the Business History Conference for “Disrupting National Infrastructures: Satellite Television, Informal Trade, and Suitcase Entrepreneurs in the Caribbean in the 1980s.”

The paper was presented at the Business History Conference, which was held virtually March 11–13; Prieto-Nañez received the award at the conclusion of the conference.