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Recent Awards and Prizes

Since 2011, graduate students in the Department of French and Francophone Studies have received numerous internal awards and prizes for research and teaching. These include the

  • HIDR Center for Humanities and Information Pre-Doctoral Fellowship (Johann Le Guelte)
  • Chateaubriand Fellowship (Elizabeth Tuttle and Carl Cornell)
  • Humanities Institute Residential Fellowship (Elizabeth Tuttle and Andrew Jones)
  • Africana Research Center (Johann Le Guelte)
  • RGSO (College of the Liberal Arts) Dissertation Support Grants (Johann Le Guelte, Theresa Brock, Cédric Briand, Hélène Huet, Andrew Stafford, Lauren Tilger, Sandra Rousseau, Elizabeth Tuttle)
  • FFS Dissertation Release Award (Denise Rodriguez and Lauren Tilger)
  • Alumni Association Dissertation Award (Sophia Khadraoui)
  • Harold F. Martin Graduate Assistant Outstanding Teaching Award (Anna Navrotskaya, Andrew Stafford, Sandra Rousseau, Morgane Haesen)
  • College of the Liberal Arts External Funding Incentive Award (Sophia Khadraoui)
  • Denise Haunani Solomon Liberal Arts Outstanding Teaching Award for Graduate Students (Sophia Khadraoui)
  • Institute for the Arts and Humanities Graduate Student Residency (Hélène Huet, Sandra Rousseau, Cédric Briand)
  • Center for Global Studies Career Development Award/Dissertation Support Fellowship (Johann Le Guelte, Cédric Briand, Sandra Rousseau, Sophia Khadraoui, Elizabeth Tuttle)
  • Department of French and Francophone Studies Teaching Excellence Award (Katie Ellis, Marie Paillard, Timothée Valentin, Morgane Haesen, Carl Cornell, Johann Le Guelte, Theresa Brock, Anna Navrotskaya, Hélène Huet, Sophia Khadraoui, Sandra Rousseau, Elizabeth Tuttle)