Writing Excellence Award 2019

  • Kylie Gurewitz (Arts & Humanities)-Class of 2020 (Religious Studies(BA); English(MN) "Solitary Confinement and Intersubjectivity: Social Liminality in Prison" /files/resources/ah-gurewitz-kylie.docx
  • Emma Harrington (Social Science)-Class of 2020 (Communication Studies (BA); Pol & Govt (U.S.) (BA)) "Do the Affordances of Social Media Platforms Make Them a Tool to Increase the Representation for Female Politicians in Congress?" /files/resources/harrington-emma.docx

Writing Excellence Award 2018

  • Anneke Taylor (First Year Seminar Award) - Class of 2022 (Science,Tech, & Soc (BA); Economics (MN)): “Frankenstein and the Meaning of Humanity” /files/resources/taylor-anneke--proofread-copy.docx Seminar in Scholarly Inquiry 195: Scientific and Romantic Revolutions
  • Nick Thompsen (Social Science Award) - Class of 2022 (Intl Political Econ (BA); Economics (BS); Global Development Studies (MN); Spanish (MN)): "Carbon Fiber Mountain Bikes: A Journey through the Global Economy on Two Wheels" /files/resources/thompsen-nick--proofread-copy.pdf

Writing Excellence Award 2017

  • Megan Reich (Arts & Humanities Award) - Class of 2017 (Performance (Orch) (BM); Biology (BS)) "Subtle Irony in Personal Growth: Beethoven and Prokofiev's "Classical" Symphonies" /files/resources/reich_mus493_paper_2.pdf
  • Carlisle Huntington (Arts and Humanities Award) - Class of 2020 (English (Cr. Writing Focus); French (MN)
  • Lillian Bengtson (Social Sciences Award) - Class of 2018 (Psychology (BA); Spanish (MN)) "It's Complicated: A Literature Review of Happiness and the Big Five” /files/resources/bengtson-paper.pdf
  • Kara Ann Lamar (Social Science Award) - Class of 2019 (Classics (Language) (BA); Computer Sci (Contract) (BS); Mathematics (MN) "Outrageous and Unacceptable: Combating Information Access Inequality with Open Access" https://pugetsound.edu/files/resources/lamar-HON214 manifesto.pdf

Writing Excellence Award 2016

  • Matthew Byrne (Social Science Award) - Class of 2017 (Biology (BS); Spanish Culture and Lit (BA)): "Exploring the Ostensibly Subversive Nature of the Effeminate Gay Male" /files/resources/manifesto-byrne.pdf