Articles from May 2019

Julia Lucas

Julia Lucas's walk: Tennessee to Arkansas

Just over 150 years ago, my great-great-great-grandmother Sarah Redden left her three young children in rural Tennessee and walked 400 miles west. There, she started a new life and gave herself a new name - Sarah Redenhour.
Graduate College Outstanding Mentor

Graduate College recognizes faculty for mentoring excellence

Venise Berry and Len MacGillivray honored for their commitment to helping graduate students succeed.
Julia Lucas

Follow MFA student's journey

Read updates about Julia Lucas's 465-mile walk from Hickman, Tenn., to Prairie Grove, Ark.
Hancher-Finkbine Medallion

UI grad student honored with Hancher-Finkbine Medallion

J Verniero displayed leadership, learning, and loyalty while serving the campus community and beyond as a doctoral student in the Applied Mathematical and Computational Sciences Program.
Anna Williams

English Ph.D completes groundbreaking podcast dissertation

Anna Williams composed her dissertation as a six-chapter audio essay on pedagogy, gender, and the literary history of the Gothic.