English majors recognized at Honors Convocation

Five English majors were among the Saint Rose students recognized for academic achievement at the annual Honors Convocation at the Massry Center for the Arts on Saturday, March 24. The honorees were:

Carolynn Bruni — Outstanding English: Adolescence Education/Special Education Major

Derek Bushnell — Outstanding English: Adolescence Education Major

Danielle Epting — Professor S. R. Swaminathan Award for outstanding senior English major with plans to attend graduate school

Meghan Kelley — Outstanding English Major

Christiane Lee — Senior Writing Award

In addition, Jennifer O’Keefe, a double major in Special Education and Elementary Education with a concentration in English Language Arts, was honored for her essay “A Place for Sympathy within the Law,” which she wrote for ENG 223: Sympathy and the Early American Novel, taught by Dr. Brian Sweeney. The essay was one of five chosen for publication in the 2017 Saint Rose Journal of Undergraduate Research.

English faculty members Dr. Eurie Dahn, Dr. David Morrow, Dr. Dave Rice, and Dr. Sweeney were in attendance to congratulate honorees and their guests.

Congratulations to all the honorees!

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