Graduate students Nicholas Myklebust and Meghan Andrews win Michael H. Granof Awards
Posted: April 24, 2013
The Department of English congratulates graduate students Nicholas Myklebust and Meghan Andrews on their University Co-op/Graduate School Michael H. Granof Awards. Nicholas Myklebust recieved an Outstanding Dissertation Award for his dissertation, "Misreading English Meter: 1400-1514," supervised by Professor Emeritus Thomas Cable. Meghan Andrews recieved an Excellence in Graduate Research Award for her work on "Shakespeare's Networks," which was supervised by Professor Douglas Bruster and has already recieved a Mellon/ACLS Fellowship.
The Graduate School coordinates annual awards programs to honor outstanding individuals. These awards are generously underwritten by the University Co-op and are presented at the annual Graduate School/University Co-op Awards Banquet or Graduate School Convocation each spring.
The Outstanding Dissertation Award was established in 1979 to recognize exceptional work by doctoral students and to encourage the highest levels of scholarship, research, and writing. The Excellence in Graduate Research Award was established in 2001 to recognize outstanding master's or doctoral research that is susbtantially in progress.