CV: Awards

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2018
English Department nomination for 2019 campus-wide Capstone Award for Graduate Student Teaching, UW-Madison

2018                
College of Letters & Science Teaching Fellow Award, UW-Madison.

2017                
Teaching Assistant Award, Madison Undergraduate Society of English, UW-Madison.

2016                
Teaching Assistant Award, Madison Undergraduate Society of English, UW-Madison.

Teaching Awards


Research Fellowships, Awards & Grants

2018               
Robert and Janet Lumiansky Dissertation Grant, Medieval Academy of America

2018               
Donald Howard Travel Scholarship, New Chaucer Society

2018               
Travel Bursary, International Medieval Congress, Univ. of Leeds

2018               
Dissertation Fellowship, Dept. of English and Graduate School, UW-Madison

2016–18         
Conference & Research Travel Awards (June 2016, Oct. 2016, June 2018), Graduate School, UW-Madison

2014–18         
Awards for Conference & Research Travel (July 2014, Jan. 2015, June 2016, Oct. 2016, Jan. 2017, June/July 2018), Dept. of English, UW-Madison

2016               
Michael T. and Phyllis J. Walton Award, Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association for “Saracens, Saints, and Kings: Crusade Contexts for British Library, MS Harley 2278,” paper presented at the 2016 RMMRA Annual Meeting

2016               
Post-Preliminary Exams Summer Dissertation Fellowship, Dept. of English, UW-Madison

2015               
MLA Convention Travel Grant, Modern Language Association

2014               
Newberry Library Consortium Travel Grant, Medieval Studies Program, UW-Madison

2014               
Selected for admission to graduate seminar: “Disability and Marginality in Medieval England and France,” taught by Edward Wheatley (Loyola University of Chicago), Newberry Library (Chicago, IL)

2013               
Chambers First-year Essay Award, Dept. of English, UW-Madison for “Spiritual Prosthesis: Relics of Disability in Ælfric’s Life of St Swithun

2011               
Selected for admission to undergraduate seminar: “Books and Early Modern Culture,” taught by Sarah Werner, Folger Shakespeare Library (Washington, DC)