PhD Candidates Win University-Wide Award
PhD candidates Jacqueline Patz DiPiero (above left) and Elizabeth Howard have been awarded 2021-2022 Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships from the Graduate School. A competitive, University-wide award, the DDF allows outstanding students to devote full-time effort to write and finalize a dissertation in the fellowship year.
Jacqueline Patz DiPiero, the recipient of 2020 Graduate Research Partnership Program support in 2020, is working on the dissertation "In the Air: Atmospheric Totality and the Death of Plot." Read more about DiPiero's research.
Elizabeth Howard received Graduate Research Partnership Program support in 2019; Howard is at work on the dissertation "Borrowed Grief: The Patchwork of Nineteenth-Century Consolation Verse." Read more about Howard's scholarship.
Congratulations to both!