BA Student Awards

College of Liberal Arts Selmer Birkelo Scholarship (2009-10):
Jessica Orton and Jennifer Sherman

Sharon Borine Scholarship: (2009-10)
Rebecca Morrow and Ava Rostampour

Donald V. Hawkins Scholarship (Fall 2009):
Dillon Aretz

Donald V. Hawkins Scholarship (2009-10):
Rebecca Morrow, Amy Nelson, William Wlizlo

Martin B. Ruud Scholarship (2009-10):
Jesse Busta and Timothy Engelstad

Captain DeWitt Jennings Payne Scholarship (2009-10):
Jesse Busta and Jeanette Iacono-Jungbauer

Moses Marston Scholarship (2009-10):
Timothy Engelstad

Jessie M. Comstock Scholarship (2009-10):
Rachelle Cordova

Robert E. Moore Scholarship (2009-10):
Rachelle Cordova (for senior year) and Erin Raffensperger (for junior year)

Anna Augusta von Helmholtz Phelan Scholarship (2009-10):
Jenna Beyer

Mark David Clawson Thesis Award (2009):
For the best summa cum laude thesis by an undergraduate student in English
Anil Chandirimani (BA English, awarded 2008)
Lisa Lipschultz (BA English, awarded 2008)

English Alumni Fund Scholarship (2009-10):
Jenna Beyer

Beverly Atkinson Scholarship for Non-Traditional English Majors (2008-09):
Jeanette Iacono-Jungbauer

Marcella DeBourg Fellowship (2008-09):
These annual fellowships are given to undergraduate and graduate students in English interested in "giving creative expression to women's lives."
Desdamona Tisha Langeley Racheli

Paul & Lucienne Taylor Internship Grants (2009):
Jamie Joslin and Carrie Swiggum

University of Minnesota Press Interns (2008-09):
Alyssa Lochner and Erin Warholm-Wohlenhaus

Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program recipients, Fall 2008:
Devon Arkadie (African Am and African Studies/English)
Sponsor: Rose Brewer (AAAS)
Project Title: "Rethinking Intersectionality: Moving Towards a Broader Understanding"

Andrew Hart (English)
Sponsor: Timothy Johnson (Political Science)
Project Title: "The application of Stare decisis in Supreme Court decisions"

Kelsey Elizabeth Kudak (English/Dance)
Sponsor: Kathy Roberts Forde (Journalism and Mass Communication)
Project Title: "Exposing Cherries: An Examination of the Coffee Supply Chain in Light of the Fair Trade Industry"

Carl Martin (English/Studies in Cinema and Media Culture)
Sponsor: Qadri Ismail (English)
Project Title: "The Superheroics of American Nationalism"



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