Christopher Works, ESFL graduate student, has received a generous four-year scholarship to attend Southern Methodist University's Dedman Law School.
Brieanna Casey has received a 2012 Virginia Chandler Dykes Scholarship for her “outstanding academic work,” leadership, and service to the community.
Alexis Milmine's essay "Retracing the Shambling Steps of the Undead: The Blended Folkloric Elements of Vampirism in Bram Stoker’s Dracula" will be published in a collection by Rowman and Littlefield. The book is scheduled to be published in April 2013.
Tawny LeBouef Tullia has been selected as the AY 2011-2012 winner of the J. Dean Bishop Excellence in Teaching Award. The award is bestowed each Fall on a graduate teaching assistant who taught first-year composition courses the previous academic year.
Dr. Janet Johnson made news recently with her scholarly article on social media and the presidential election. Johnson, a graduate of TWU, is now teaching at UT-Dallas, and published an article in the Journal of Contemporary Rhetoric on the role of Twitter in the presidential campaign. News about the article was picked up by Reuters.
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