Among the College of Liberal Arts nominees for 2014 Presidential Excellence Awards are (pictured from left to right) Mark Busby and Doug Dorst, for Scholarly / Creative Activity; and Nancy Wilson, for Service.
John Blair’s story “Biggest Snake in the Woods” won the 2014 *Tusculum Review* Fiction Prize. As winner, John will receive $1000 and publication of his story.
MFA fiction student Sarah Rafael Garcia has been awarded a Higher Education Scholarship by the Young Women’s Alliance: http://www.youngwomensalliance.org/higher-education-scholarship. She will receive $3,000 next year with which she will provide Barrio Writers workshops to youth at the Travis County Juvenile Probation Dept.; participants will attend weekly reading and writing workshops in exchange for community service hours.
Amanda Mixon, MA in Literature graduate, has been accepted into the Comparative Literature PhD Program at UC-Irvine, and was awarded two of the university's most prestigious fellowships. Read more...
|Dr. Miriam Williams is the director of the Master of Arts in Technical Communication (MATC) program. |
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