News & Awards

Melissa Elmes, Ph.D. candidate in Medieval Literature, has been accepted into the Folger Institute's spring semester seminar, "The Scale of Catastrophe: Ecology and Transition, Medieval to Early Modern."

The Graduate Studies Committee has awarded Leah Milne the Mildred Kates Dissertation Fellowship Award for 2014-2015. Her dissertation is entitled: "Necessary Fictions: Authorship and Transethnic Identities in Contemporary American Narratives."

Lauren Shook, PhD candidate, made the Chancellor's Report under "Top UNCG Scholars."

Maria Sanchez and Amy Vines will share the 2014-15 Marc Friedlaender Faculty Excellence Award.

The English Department's 2014 Student Critical Essay award was given to Christina Ratley. The 2014 Student Research Essay award was given to McAlister Greiner.

Spotlight

John Zimmerman

Dowd featured as InSight Speaker for Triad Stage

Dr. Michelle M. Dowd comments on how women and gender play a role in Shakespeare's All's Well that Ends Well.

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