Congratulations to the 2019-2020 English Department Award Winners!

Friday, April 3, 2020

Photos of Award Winners.

The recipients of the 2019-2020 English Awards have been announced. Congratulations to all the winners!

To read a statement from the department congratulating the winners, see our blog, Words in Place.

Here are the recipients:

Undergraduate Academic Awards

Albert Shaw Poetry Prize: Kurt Dutfield-Hughes

English Society Creative Writing Award for Poetry: Philip Hohol

English Society Creative Writing Award for Prose: Kristie Shannon

Andrew James Dugan Prize in Rhetoric and Professional Writing Award: Sarah Casey

Rhetoric and Digital Design Award: Danielle Griffin

Rhetoric and Professional Writing Award: Jonathon Jackson

Walter R. Martin English 251 Award: Joyce Kung

Diaspora and Transnational Studies Prize: Linhui Luo

Hibbard Prize for Shakespeare Studies: Rachel Zehr

Canadian Literature Prize: Eden McFarlane

Award in American Literature and Culture: Tristan Mills

Andrew James Dugan Prize in Literature Award: Wajiha Parvez

Masternak Foundation Undergraduate Scholarships in English: Philip Hohol and Julianna Suderman

Graduate Awards

Graduate Professional Communication Award: Marion Gruner

Rhetoric Essay Prize, Master of Arts: Jordan Kam

Rhetoric Essay Prize, PhD: Shannon Lodoen

Beltz Essay Prize, Master of Arts: Ryan Van Til

Beltz Essay Prize, PhD: Shannon Lodoen

Graduate Creative Writing Award, Poetry: Masa Torbica

Graduate Creative Writing Award, Prose: Chelsea La Vecchia

Masternak Foundation Graduate Scholarship in English: Jin Sol Kim

Jack Gray Graduate Fellowship Award: Zachary Pearl

David Nimmo English Graduate Scholarship: Lindsay Meaning

Co-op Awards

Undergraduate Co-op Work Report Award: Hanna Colbert

Graduate Co-op Work Report Awards: Carmen Barsomian-Dietrich and Pamela Schmidt

Teaching and Professionalization Awards

Lea Vogel-Nimmo English Graduate Professionalization Awards: Neha Ravella and Jerika Sanderson

TA Award for Excellence in Teaching: Valerie Uher

Independent Graduate Instructor Award for Excellence in Teaching: Hannah Watts


 

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