Words Matter, Spring 2019
The Department of English is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2018-2019 awards.
We congratulate this year’s winners, and thank our donors for their generosity.
The English Award for the Academic Writing Prize—Alissa A. Malkemes
The English Award for the Creative Writing Prize—Jenna C. Puglisi
The English Merit Award—Mallory A. Green
The Rising Junior Award— Felipe D. Estrada
The English Award for Graduate Study—Annabel K. Lamb
The Caryl Sills English Teaching Award—Alexandra E. Zabel
The David Tietge Memorial First Year Composition Academic Essay Award—Hunter W. Tedder
The David Tietge Memorial First Year Composition Researched Essay Award—Angelina Sicoli
MA Theses with Distinction
Daniel Murphy, Who is Daniel? Fall 2018. Distinction.
Michael Sefack, “What Do You Mean This Class Doesn’t Count? Negotiating the Challenges of Writing Placement in Two-Year Colleges.” Fall 2018. Distinction.
Susan Schuld, “Dracula: An Intertextual, Byronic Romance.” Spring 2019. Distinction.
Sally Taylor Tawil, “The Measure of a Moment.” Spring 2019. Distinction.
Jane Lai, English with a Concentration in Creative Writing
Annabel Lamb, English with a Concentration in Creative Writing
Campbell Lee, English with a Concentration in Creative Writing
Alissa Malkemes, English
January 2019— 12 UG, 6 GR
May 2019 — 33 UG, 8 GR