Congratulations to the Honors students and English Department mentors listed below. The students recently presented the results of their work at the 8th Annual Undergraduate Research Conference and Honors Forum, April 23-25: Emily Elizabeth Collins, The Witnesses: Stories about Childhood (Dr. Teya Rosenberg, supervisor); Matthew Martin, Excisions of Order (collection of poems) (Dr. John Blair, supervisor); Matthew Rochester, Trends in Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Children's Fairy Tales (Dr. Caroline Jones, supervisor); Stephanie Moore, Eastern European Cinema vs. Hollywood: Bosnian War Films (Dr. Kathleen McClancy, supervisor.); Jessica Loechel, Listening to the Rain: A Contemporary Look at the Works of Alan Watts (Ms. Lauren Ellis-Lai, supervisor).
This fall, the following faculty will receive awards from the University and the College of Liberal Arts: Mark Busby (scholarly / creative activity), Doug Dorst (scholarly / creative activity) and Nancy Wilson (service) will receive College of Liberal Arts Excellence Awards at the College of Liberal Arts Convocation; Steve Wilson will receive the Swinney Teaching Award at the University Convocation.
On April 15, the English Department recognized its best students, including those who received Academic Achievement Awards; those who were admitted to the English Honor Society, Sigma Tau Delta; those who received Departmental scholarships; and those named Outstanding Senior in English and Outstanding Graduate Student in English.
Evangelina has been working as an Academic Support Intern with AmeriCorps of Northern New England.
|Dr. Jaime Mejía is a faculty member with the Master of Arts in Rhetoric and Composition (MARC) program. |
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