W. Keats Sparrow English 1200 Award Winners Announced 2001

The W. Keats Sparrow English 1200 award recognizes excellence in research and writing by students in East Carolina University's English 1200 composition classes.  The award is sponsored by the Friends of Joyner Library and is named in honor of Dr. W. Keats Sparrow, Professor of English and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.

Winners of the 2001 competition were announced at a ceremony on Tuesday, August 14. Meagan Attanasi was awarded the first place prize of $100 for her paper, "Theories of Origin: Ring Around the Rosie." Rebecca Lynn Goodmuth received the second place prize of $75 for "Uproar Close to Earth's Core." The third place award of $50 went to Sara Sanders for "Give It Up for the Antihero."

Judges for the competition were Dr. Richard C. Taylor, Associate Professor of English and Director of the First-Year Writing Program; Dr. Laura Micciche, Assistant Professor of English and Associate Director of the First-Year Writing Program, and Susan Gardner, Assistant Professor and Instruction Librarian, Joyner Library.

W. Keats Sparrow English 1200 Award Winners Announced 2001

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