English Graduate Students win Fritz and Hanauer Fellowships

Two graduate students from English have won competitive fellowships here at the University of Washington.

Brian Hardison is the 2016 recipient of the Graduate School Chester Fritz Fellowship for International Research and Study. He will be carrying out dissertation research on a twelfth-century manuscript held by the University Library at the University of Cambridge.

Jennifer van Houdt has been selected as a 2016-2017 Joff Hanauer for Excellence in Western Civilization Graduate Fellow. The goals of this program are to foster creative and critical work in the Western cultural tradition and to help prepare teachers from different disciplines who have well-reasoned convictions about the place of Western civilization in the curriculum of an American liberal arts institution.

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