ELL’s Undergraduates Win Award
So often scholars toil under the radar on their projects, unacknowledged for their contributions.
This was a good week for the students. On Tuesday we learned that Kathleen was awarded one of the prized Summer Mini-Grants from the College of Arts and Sciences at WSU Pullman. The $2000 she will receive will go toward her project to re-publish The Progressive Dinner Party, a special collection of 39 works of Electronic Literature by some of the most prominent women authors of the late 1990s-early 2000s. This work was originally published in Riding the Meridian, edited by Jennifer Ley, and curated by Marjorie C. Luesebrink and Carolyn Guertin.
Congrats, Undergraduate Researchers! You deserve the kudos you have received.