Award Opportunities Announcement
Kate Martin Undergraduate Folklore Award and Alma Johnson Graduate Folklore Award
In 2001, Susan Fagan and her husband, Tom Fagan, established the Kate Martin Undergraduate Folklore Award, given for the best archival fieldwork project by an undergraduate in a folklore class, and the Alma Johnson Graduate Folklore Award, for the best project completed by a graduate student in an English or folklore graduate course. The annual awards are named for Susan’s grandmothers, who were, as she realized once she began the study of folklore, the original spark for her lifelong interest in this field.
The Alma Johnson Graduate Folklore Award - $300
1. Best project/paper/video/graded component by a graduate student in a graduate level course.
2. Must be in a FLR or FLR/ENG course.
3. Can be nominated by the teacher of the course or submitted by the student.
4. Time period- Fall through Spring quarters (and awarded/announced prior to and/or at graduation).
5. Can be repeated.
6. Recipient determined by program director and one additional faculty member.
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