Sherrod Library, the Honors College, and Gale, a division of Cengage Learning sponsored an Undergraduate Honors Thesis Prize in the Humanities.
The first recipient is Maggie Colvett for The World by Memory and Conjecture a collection of “thirty poems written and refined over the course of two and a half years. An analytical essay discussing the reading and writing of poetry as a medium, with reference to ancient and contemporary poets, is included.”
Maggie Colvett, Dr. Jesse Graves, Dr. Judith Slagle
Colvett received a $1,000 prize May 8, 2014 at the Sherrod Library where a reception was held in her honor.
President Brian Noland & Maggie Colvett
Read her work in our institutional repository, Digital Commons.