Faculty Awards and Accomplishments

The Department of English congratulates:

2020-2021:

  • Dr. Cedric Burrows and Dr. Brittany Pladek on their promotion to Associate Professor with tenure, and Dr. Leah Flack on her promotion to Professor (effective Fall 2021).
  • Dr. Sarah Wadsworth, who was named Director of Marquette University Press.
  • Prof. C.J. Hribal, recipient of a 2021 University Teaching Excellence Award.
  • Dr. Jason Farr, recipient of a 2021 Way Klingler Early Career Award and a Newberry Fellowship.
  • Dr. Cedric Burrows and Dr. Lilly Campbell, who were named Difference Makers during President Michael Lovell's February 2021 address.
  • Dr. Lilly Campbell, who received a National Science Foundation Discovery Award with Co-Principal Investigators Shion Guha (Computer Science) and Amrita George (Management).

2019-2020:

  • Dr. Cedric Burrows, who received the 2020 Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Faculty Award from Marquette University.
  • Dr. Jodi Melamed, who received a 2020 Teaching Excellence Award from Marquette University.
  • Dr. Melissa Ganz, who received a Laurance S. Rockefeller Visiting Faculty Fellowship at the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University for 2020-21 (deferred to 2021-22 due to the pandemic).
  • Dr. Sarah Wadsworth, who received a 2020 Interdisciplinary Summer Pilot Grant from Marquette's Institute for Women's Leadership.
  • Dr. Elizabeth Angeli, recipient of the 2020 Conference on College Composition and Communication Award for Best Book in Technical or Scientific Communication for Rhetorical Work in Emergency Medical Services: Communicating in the Unpredictable Workplace (Routledge, 2019).
  • Dr. Cedric Burrows, who discussed Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and legacy on WUWM-FM (89.7) on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, January 20, 2020.
  • Dr. Jodi Melamed, winner of the 2019-2020 University Sabbatical Fellowship Award.

  2018-19:

  • Dr. Lilly Campbell, recipient of the 2019 Conference on College Composition and Communication Award for Best Article Reporting Historical Research or Textual Studies for “Simulation Genres and Student Uptakes: The Patient Health Record in Clinical Nursing Simulations,” which appeared in Written Communication (2017).
  • Dr. Melissa Ganz, recipient of the 2018 Walker Cowen Memorial Prize in Eighteenth-Century Studies for Public Vows: Fictions of Marriage in the English Enlightenment, published by the University of Virginia Press.

  • Prof. C.J. Hribal, who won the 2017 Goldenberg Prize for Fiction from the Bellevue Literary Review for his story “Do I Look Sick to You? (Notes on How to Make Love to a Cancer Patient).” The story also won a Puschart Prize for Fiction and appeared in the 2019 Pushcart Prize anthology.