The William R. Wolfe Graduate Writing Award is named after the late Dr. William R. Wolfe, former Director of Graduate Studies in English, and supported by the Peck Fund. This award goes to the authors of the best graduate student essays written each year in MTSU English graduate courses. A student may submit only one essay, perhaps revised, written for a graduate course in the Spring, Summer, or Fall semester of the previous calendar year. Previous winners my not enter again; however, if Honorable Mentions are awarded, these honorees may enter again with new essays. Entries are evaluated by the Graduate Awards Committee.
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