The UO English Department and Composition Program (ENG / WR) will recognize outstanding research in projects that demonstrate active engagement with campus, community, or course-related projects that foster research in the discipline of English, including literature, language, writing, film, television, comics, new media, cultural studies, rhetoric, and literacy.
2022 AWARD RECIPIENTS (ENGLISH)
- Matthew Hampton "Data "Counterstory:" Academic Text Accessibility and Open Educational Resources"
- Ashley Fale-Olsen "Examining the Effect of Fate within "The Secret History" by Donna Tartt"
- Casper Byrne "Exploring Manifestations of Consent in the 19th Century American South"
- Kelly Keith "Legal Reasonability and The 'Gay Panic' Defense"
- Elijah Leutwyler "A Rhetoric of Friendship in the Works of Aristotle and Quintilian"
2022 AWARD RECIPIENTS (COMPOSITION)
- Alexis Stinnett "Undocumented Workers in Agriculture: How States can Protect Them"
- Brooke Beaton "Social Media Use: Worsening Anxiety and Depression"
- Emmi Morton "Stopping Gun Violence Starts with Analyzing the Link Between Victims and Perpetrators"
- Tristan Phillips "Public Speaking Literacy as a Counterstory"
- Claire Putnam "Public Speaking Literacy as a Counterstory"
- One (1) $300 Award
- Four (4) $150 Honorable Mention Awards
- One (1) $200 Award
- Four (4) $100 Honorable Mention Awards
Department of English, Composition Program, and Division of Undergraduate Education and Student Success