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English for Academic Purposes W130 Award

This award of $100 is presented to an IUPUI undergraduate student for an outstanding essay originating in an English for Academic Purposes W130 class in the past 12 months. Students who have not been enrolled in an EAP section of W130 in the last year are not eligible. Students may submit only 1 essay. Do not put your name on any submitted manuscript.

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English for Academic Purposes W131 Award

This award of $100 is presented to an IUPUI undergraduate student for an outstanding essay originating in an English for Academic Purposes W131 class in the past 12 months. Students who have not been enrolled in an EAP section of W131 in the last year are not eligible. Students may submit only 1 essay. Do not put your name on any submitted manuscript.

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Essay Award in English

This award of $50 is presented to an IUPUI undergraduate student for an outstanding critical, analytical, or expository essay originating in an English department writing and literacy class. Essays submitted for this award should involve inquiry and can be on any topic. Courses qualifying for this award include the following: Eng. W210, W230, W231, W262, W270, W310, W313, W315, W318, W320, W331, W366, W377, W390, W400, W411, W412, W426, and W496. Writing from W131 and W140 should be submitted to the Hal Tobin Award. Students may submit up to two separate pieces. Note: If your work focuses on topics in Writing and Literacy, please submit it to the Writing and Literacy Award instead of this award. Work entered in this contest may not also be entered in the Creative Nonfiction Writing Award contest. This contest does not focus on “creative nonfiction” in the same sense. Do not put your name on any submitted manuscript.

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Hal Tobin First-Year Writing Award

This award is presented annually to the undergraduate student who submits the best essay written in either W131 Elementary Composition I or W140 Elementary Composition I-Honors. Students may revise and edit their work before submitting it. Students may submit up to 2 essays. Do not put your name on any submitted manuscript.

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Medical Humanities Student Essay Award

The Medical Humanities Student Essay Award recognizes the work of students in understanding health and medicine from the broader perspective of the humanities. The Medical Humanities Student Essay Award is sponsored by the Medical Humanities & Health Studies Program at IUPUI.

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Rowland A. Sherrill Prize in Religious Studies: Essay Contest

Intended to recognize the best paper in an essay contest on a designated topic in religious studies. This award honors the memory of longtime Chair and Professor of Religious Studies, Rowland A. Sherrill. In addition to the monetary benefit of the award, students should consider how this award could also enhance future applications to graduate school and/or employers, both of which often seek evidence that an applicant can formulate and argue a thesis well. A major benefit of this award is the opportunity to have those skills formally recognized.

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Women's Studies Undergraduate Essay and Research Writing Contest

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