11 SUU English Students Invited to Present Papers at International ConventionMarch 03, 2004
Author: Kay Cook
Eleven English students from Southern Utah University have been invited to present their self-authored papers at the Sigma Tau Delta International Convention. Sigma Tau Delta is the international honor society of English. The annual convention will take place in Daytona Beach, Florida, March 24-28.
The 11 students are:
- Carli Bailey, a senior English major from Wales, UT; Nonfiction
- Kalie Casselman, a junior English major from Kaysville, UT; Fiction-- “Blood and Water”
- Tim Coray, a sophomore English major from Sandy, UT; Nonfiction--“The Usual Home Such Things”
- Candice Kuhlmann, a junior English major from Ivins, WA; Nonfiction--"A Ruined Hero"
- Brianne Millet—Analytical Essay
- Kristin Needles, a senior English major from Price, UT; Analytical Essay
- Amy Sadleir, a senior English major from St. George, UT; Analytical Essay--"A Westerner's View of Dharma"
- Jeff Winget, a senior English major from Orangeville, UT; Nonfiction--“The Nimrod Treaty"
- John Meisner, a senior English major from Las Vegas, NV; Analytical Essay
- Wendy Wegner, a senior English major from South Jordan, UT; Analytical Essay
- Hollie Doyle, a senior English major from Draper, UT; Analytical Essay
The papers by both Candice and Tim have also been nominated for additional convention awards. They will find out what exactly this recognition entails at the awards ceremony at the convention.