(click on students' names to read winning essays)
Level III Winners: Graduate
The Tragic Story of George Washington
at Jumonville Glen"
"The Changing Face of America:
The Evolution of National Identity Revealed
in Early Histories of the American Revolution"
Michelle L. Brown
"Castrating the Nun in Pope's 'Eloisa and Abelard'"
Level I Winners:
Freshman and Sophomore
"Creating a More Effective Learning Environment:
The Effects of Nonverbal Immediacy
in Multi-Cultural Classrooms"
"The Realism of the Surreal in Joan Miro's Painting"
"A Confederacy of Dunces:
Grotesque Incongruity and Societal Criticism"
Level II Winners: Junior and Senior
Jason S. Bauer
"First Strike to Fallout:
American Culture, Nuclear War, and the Movies,
Lisa M. Vanada
"Digital Image Database Documentation"
"Parodies of Hamlet:
Truth in Bias and Stillness in Motion"
Sponsored by the College of Arts & Letters Dean’s Office
& the School of Writing, Rhetoric, and Technical Communication