English department scholarships and awards for 2020-2021
Congratulations to this year's awardees, listed below!
For more information about scholarships and awards in English, see our scholarships and financial aid.
Albert Feigenson Endowed Scholarship Fund:
Burke Sheill Endowed Scholarship in English:
Composition Program Excellence in Teaching of Writing Award:
Christopher T. Leland Endowed Scholarship in Creative Writing:
Daniel Keyes Family Graduate Scholarships in Creative Writing:
Dustin Rose Memorial Scholarship:
English Department Award:
English Department Undergraduate Service and Leadership Award:
Frank X. Williams Memorial Annual Scholarship:
Joseph J. and Mary E. Yelda Endowed Merit Scholarship for English
Loughead-Eldredge Endowed Fund in Creative Writing:
Marion K. Ringe Endowed Scholarship:
Paul and Barbara Couture Award for Scholarship in Rhetoric and Composition:
Professor Arnold Goldsmith Annual Scholarship in English:
Stephen H. Tudor Memorial Scholarship in Creative Writing:
The Gilbert R. and Patricia K. Davis Merit Scholarship for English:
Thomas R. Jasina Endowed Scholarship in English:
Phillip Lawson Hatch, Jr. Endowed Memorial Writing Competition
(Final Judge: Laval Duncan)
1st Place: Laura Kraftowitz, "Tal's Camel and Other Casualties"
2nd Place: Sarah Williams, "The Things I Never Say"
Honorable Mention: Arianna Smith, "Swirl Girl"
The John Clare Prise in Poetry
(Final Judge: Camille Guthrie, Poet)
1st Place: Robert Laidler, "Epistle"
2nd Place: Shanmin Sultana, "No Comment"
Honorable Mention: Isaac Pickell, "on things you ought to take sitting down"
Tompkins Award in Fiction
(Final Judge: Jess Row, Novelist)
1st Place: Julia Hodgson, "Soft Eyes"
2nd Place: Amy Loji, "The Front Side"
Honorable Mention: Melinda Baker, "Pilgrim Highway"
Tompkins Award in Nonfiction
(Final Judge: Anna Clark, Author)
1st Place: Emily Podwoiski, "Two Essays: On Beauty, Valentine Girls"
2nd Place: Renée McKendrick, "The Photographers"
Honorable Mention: Laura Kraftowitz, "Tal's Camel and Other Casualties"