A story in UTNews covers the recognition of recipients of the winners of the 2013 Shapiro Writing Contest, the recipients of Kalmbach Scholarships, and Prof. Joel Lipman, for his elevation to Professor Emeritus. Read the whole story here.
The Department of English Language and Literature and the Composition Program are delighted to announce the winners of the 2013 Shapiro Essay Revision Contest. There were 132 participants from all college ranks and departments. $500 Bradley Sommer $400 Zachary Dietrich $300 Zachary Feit $200 Anthony Mecurio $100 Audrey Miklovic $75 winners: Jeanette Beerbower; Devin Brown; [...]
English Department Lecturer Dr. Deborah M. Coulter-Harris read from her new book The Queen of Sheba: Legend, Literature and Lore and signed copies on Friday, Feb. 15, at 6 p.m. at the Barnes & Noble bookstore at UT’s Gateway. Among the attendees were thirty-five faculty colleagues and friends, including former Honors Dean Tom Barden, Lucas [...]
According to the November 14th, 2012 UTNews article “25 faculty recognized for positive impact on students” by Tobin J. Klinger, The University of Toledo is home to hundreds of excellent, award-winning faculty members, but a new grouping of 25 are being recognized for going above and beyond by the most important constituents of all: their [...]
Visiting Composition Instructor Lenny Fritz has won the Fireball Award for Best Opening Line for his novel Nine Kinds of Pain. Read his opening line here: http://www.spinetinglermag.com/2012/05/01/2012-fireball-award-for-best-opening-line-winner/.
The winners of the annual Shapiro Writing Contest are named in several categories (all undergraduate): Professional-Technical Writing, Composition I (Non-Research), Composition I (Research), Composition II, Undergraduate ESL, Poetry, Prose, 2000-Level, 3/4000-Level Writing, 3/4000-Level Literature, and Honors Thesis. For the full list of winners, click the link “read the rest of this entry”.
. Dr. Deborah Coulter-Harris, English Department Lecturer, has been named University of Toledo Outstanding Teacher for the Year 2012. UT Outstanding Teachers are selected by a committee of UT instructors and a student representative, who review nominations. She will be honored at a ceremony and reception on April 23rd along with recipients of the Outstanding [...]
The Department of English Language and Literature and the Composition Program are pleased to announce the winners of the 2012 Shapiro Essay Revision Contest: Prize Name Academic Rank Academic Major $500 Neil Duris Sophomore Humanities $400 Zachary Dehm Junior Philosophy/Religious Studies $300 Abigail Parsons Senior Nursing $200 Megan Roberts Freshman Education $100 Patrick Cook Senior [...]
The 2012 Shapiro Essay Revision Contest, sponsored by University of Toledo’s Composition Program has been announced. Open to all undergraduate students, willing to invest one to two hours revising a short essay to compete for one of 15 cash awards from $75 to $500. A minimum of three prizes will go to freshmen writers and [...]
English Major and Honors Student Joshua Mooney has won the 2010 Arts and Sciences Dean’s Essay Prize in the category of long prose essay for his paper, “’How Gate Ye This Swerd:’ The Possible Origins of the Modern Legend of the Super Massive Sword,” which was written for Dr. Dan Compora’s Folklore Course, ENGL 3730-001. [...]