Category: Graduate Student News

Fall 2020 TEA/REA Award Winners

Congratulations to the following graduate students!  Recipients of the Graduate College  Research Excellence Awards (REA) and/or Teaching Excellence Awards (TEA)  by the Graduate Studies Committee Fall 2020   Research Excellence Awards Fall 2020  Nazlinur Gokturk Tuney         ALT        Carol Chapelle/Evg Chukharev-Khudilaynen, Major Profs   Teaching Excellence Awards Fall 2020  Caroliena Cabada            … Continue reading Fall 2020 TEA/REA Award Winners

Research Excellence Award (REA) and Teaching Excellence Award (TEA) Recipients for 2020

Recipients of the Graduate College Research Excellence Award (REA) and/or Teaching Excellence Award (TEA) by the Graduate Studies Committee, Summer 2020 Research Excellence Award Zara Chowdhary                      MFA—Creative Writing and the Environment, Kenneth Cook, Major Professor; Title of Thesis/Dissertation: The Lucky Ones: A Genocide Forgotten, a Childhood Remembered The students receive a … Continue reading Research Excellence Award (REA) and Teaching Excellence Award (TEA) Recipients for 2020

Idée Edalatishams Has Won a Language Learning Dissertation Grant

The Language Learning Dissertation Grant is a $2,000 award aimed at facilitating the research work of doctoral candidates in the language sciences. The grant is awarded to the top-10 applicants twice a year, based on the strength of their research design and its relevance to ongoing research in the language sciences and their potential to make … Continue reading Idée Edalatishams Has Won a Language Learning Dissertation Grant

Ivana Rehman wins a National Federation of Modern Language Teachers Associations grant

Congratulations to Ivana Rehman! She won a National Federation of Modern Language Teachers Associations dissertation support grant for her work on an innovative approach to pronunciation training using an application that performs real-time vowel plotting called Vowel Viewer, which was developed specifically for her dissertation research. Vowel Viewer is a tool that is tailored towards … Continue reading Ivana Rehman wins a National Federation of Modern Language Teachers Associations grant

Congratulations to the following graduate students in the Department of English who received their Ph.D., M.F.A., or  M.A. degrees this semester.

Krista Klocke interviewed by the American Society for the History of Rhetoric

Krista Klocke was interviewed by the American Society for the History of Rhetoric on her Outstanding Student Paper, “Sacred Kairos and Secular Chronos: Angelina Grimke’s Negotiation of the Temporal and Eternal in the ‘Pennsylvania Hall Address.’” She argues that understanding lessons from the history of rhetoric and applying them to current events, such as to … Continue reading Krista Klocke interviewed by the American Society for the History of Rhetoric