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SFU English Congratulates Summer 2021 Undergraduate Award Winners
The Department of English celebrates the achievements of its undergraduate students who have won awards this summer.
1. Sophia Dobischok: Dr. M. Sheila O'Connell Undergraduate Prize in Children's Literature
Sophia won the prize for her "charged and fascinating" art project, "A Place Above Permanence," which was a creative exploration of Louise Fitzhugh’s story, Nobody’s Family is Going to Change, and her accompanying explanatory essay.
2. Nastaran Ebizadeh Eiredmousa: Roy Miki Award in Creative Writing
Nastaran's writing is described as "sophisticated, fearless, and impeccably composed. She engages with vital social themes in a style that is both penetrating and deeply compassionate."
3. Cassidy Ewart: Betty Lambert Memorial Prize
Cassidy received the award for her short, unpublished play Christina of Markyate - The Escape, which is described as "a fascinating synthesis of contemporary dramatic writing and medieval research."
4. Chloë Falez: Paul Delany Graduation Award in English
*Chloë also won the Dean’s Convocation Medal for Undergraduate Studies. Read that story here.
5. Daniel Geddes: Sheila Delany Essay Award in Early Literature
Daniel won the award for his "smart and engagingly written" essay, "Mutable Truths: Feminist Epistemology and the Revelations of Julian of Norwich."
6. Emeralde O'Donnell-Nathe: Gordon R. Elliott Award in Writing and Rhetoric
Emeralde is described as an "exceptional student and spokesperson" for the Writing and Rhetoric Certificate program.
7. Caroline Therrien: Jane Austen Society Prize
Caroline received the prize for her essay, "Persuasion at Sea: An Exploration of Jane Austen and The British Navy," which "used wide-ranging and intensive research."
8. Angela Wachowich: Philippa Polson Memorial Prize in English
Angela received the prize for her essay, "Time to be Wiser: Hester Thrale Piozzi’s 'Piozziana',” which is described as "an exceptional and elegant achievement of research and writing."