Saturday, April 23, 2011

Kolak Thesis Nominated for Ostrowsky Award

Maynia Kolak, one of the readers in the Graduate Reading this Tuesday, April 26th, at the Gage Gallery (doors open at 5), has had her thesis work nominated for the Samuel Ostrowsky Award, which is conferred each year on student work in Literature and Languages, History, Art History, Philosophy, and Women's and Gender Studies!

A faculty member has to be the one to nominate a student for this prestigious award, and all nominees will be honored along with the winners at the Honors and Awards Ceremony for the Departments of Literature and Languages, Art History, and Philosophy. The Award Committee is convening to select top honors, in the meantime, it being an honor just to be nominated, you should congratulate Marynia when you see her reading at the Graduate Reading this Tuesday - or maybe just wait for her to read first, it's rude to interrupt!

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