Each year, the Global Ideas Honors Program offers its Humanities majors the chance to apply for the Carol Fetty Endowed Honors Scholarship, a monetary award given to the most outstanding essay written on a topic in the Humanities.
Beginning with the 2013-2014 school year, we plan on announcing each year’s Fetty Scholarship winner and also linking their prize-winning essay:
2017 – Lorali Mossaver-Rahmani: “Music in the 18th and 19th Centuries”
2016 – Mona Lutfi: “The Unlikely Uses of Technology in the Second Language Classroom”
2015 – Jordan Klomp: “The Artist’s Struggle (and Triumph) in the Age of McCarthyism”
2014 – Noelle Cozbar: “Rhetorical Critique of People: Concerning Children’s Worldview of Multiculturalism”