Jess Pauszek wins the Mary Hatch Marshall Award for Best Essay in the Humanities
The Writing Program and the Composition and Cultural Rhetoric program are pleased to announce that Jess Pauszek has won the 2016 Mary Hatch Marshall Award for the best essay written by a graduate student in the humanities. Her essay is entitled “When Some Members Can’t Write: Building Alternative Educational Spaces From the Ground Up."
Presented annually by Library Associates, the award honors Mary Hatch Marshall, who in 1948 was the first woman to become a full professor in the College of Liberal Arts at Syracuse University and in 1953 was a co-founder of Library Associates. The award carries a cash prize of $500.
Jess is also recipient of a Syracuse University Humanities Center Dissertation/Thesis Fellowship for the 2016-2017 academic year. As a dissertation fellow, she will receive support for completing her dissertation, present her work and/or lead research colloquia sponsored by the Humanities Center, and participate actively in Humanities Center research activities and events.