Department of Rhetoric & Writing
Department of Rhetoric & Writing

Rhetoric PhD Student, Sarah Riddick, wins Gerard A. Hauser Award

Tue, May 1, 2018
Rhetoric PhD Student, Sarah Riddick, wins Gerard A. Hauser Award
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Sarah Riddick, an English PhD student in the rhetoric program, was awarded a "Gerard A. Hauser Award" for her essay "Re-Inventing Audience Engagement through Thorubus Today," a paper she will present at the 18th Biennial Rhetoric Society of America Conference. The Gerard A. Hauser Award is a national award presented to an outstanding graduate student paper at the biennial RSA conference to recognize the best essay by a graduate student delivered at the conference.  Recipients of the Hauser award receive a free registration for the conference, a cash prize, and an acknowledgement during a public presentation of the award.

Congratulations, Sarah!

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