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Dr. Dixil Rodriguez spoke at the commencement for the College of Arts and Sciences on May 10, 2013. Dr. Rodriguez is a graduate of the Rhetoric program here at TWU. She joined the ESFL staff as an adjunct instructor in 2012. The video of her speech can be found here, beginning at 38:05.
The National Journalism Center in Washington, D.C. has awarded an internship to Shannon Quick. Fewer than 15% of the applicants are awarded internships. The paid internship over the summer will bring Ms. Quick into contact with "high-profile journalists and Washington insiders."
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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