The winner of the 2016 Lillian Kroll Prize in Creative Writing is Erica McKeen, for her short story, "Our Eyes, Our Tongue." Congratulations, Erica! Honourable Mention of a very High Order to Kevin Heslop. See poster for full details.
Awarded annually to an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities with the highest academic achievement in a course in Restoration and Eighteenth-Century British Literature (period 1660-1780).
Julian Saddy, Maria McCann, Claire Christopher
Rhoda Ann Rinn Scholarship in English Literature
Awarded on the basis of academic standing in the first year program in Arts or Social Sciences to a student who enrolls in the second year of Honors English Language and Literature.
Laura Brooks and Richard Joseph
Baldwin Family Scholarship in English Language and Literature
Awarded to three students entering the second year of Honors English (or those in combined programs) who have achieved minimal A averages at the end of the first year, and who will not be recipients of any other scholarship of $1,000 or above.
Archibald A. Campbell Scholarship in Canadian Literature
Awarded annually to the undergraduate student with the highest standing in a course in Canadian Literature offered by the Department of English.
Kathleen V. Pearce Scholarship
Awarded to the student proceeding to the third year of the honours English Language and Literature program with the highest standing in English honours courses in second year.
Claire Christopher and Matthew Zdulski
William Ferguson Tamblyn Scholarship
Awarded to two students entering the fourth year of honors English Language and Literature, who, on the recommendation of the Department of English, have shown the highest degree of academic excellence in English.
William Ware Tamblyn Scholarship
Awarded to the student entering fourth year of honors English who, on the recommendation of the Department of English, has shown the highest degree of academic excellence in English and achievement in Drama.
William Wyatt Scholarship in English Language and Literature
Awarded to the highest ranking student entering second year of an Honors Bachelor degree with either an Honors Specialization in English Language and Literature or a double Major including English Language and Literature.
Roderick Moir McQueen Scholarship in English
Established by Mr. Mark McQueen (HBA '88) to honor his father, Roderick Moir McQueen(HBA '67), awarded annually to a full-time undergraduate student in his or her third year of the Honors Specialization in English or a Double Major including English in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities (minimum 80% academic average).
Thomas F. McCracken Scholarship
Awarded annually to a full-time undergraduate student beyond Year 1 registered in English Language and Literature, based on academic achievement (minimum 80% overall average).
Marguerite Torney Scholarship
Awarded to a full-time student entering Year 3 of an Honors program in English Language and Literature who achieved the highest overall average in Year 2.
Timothy Findley Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to a full-time undergraduate student entering third-year and enrolled in a four-year degree program which includes an Honors Specialization, Specialization, or Major in English Language and Literature or Film Studies, based on academic performance (minimum 80% average).
Myrtle Rowntree Memorial Scholarship
Awarded to a third-year student in an Honors English Language and Literature program based on academic achievement (minimum 80% average).
Neen Hodgins Scholarship
Awarded annually to a full-time undergraduate student entering the second year of a four year degree program and pursuing an Honors Specialization, Specialization or Major in English with the Faculty of Arts and Humanities based on academic achievement.
Avie Bennett Prize in Canadian Literature
This prize is awarded annually for the best undergraduate essay in Canadian Literature. Special thanks to our judges Professor Donna Palmateer Pennee and Professor Pauline Wakeham.
Marguerite R. Dow Canadian Heritage Writing Award in Creative Writing
This is awarded by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities for a recent work of creative writing, in English or French, on a theme of Canadian Heritage.
Annual Alfred R. Poynt Award in Poetry
Awarded annually in accordance with the wishes and generosity of the late Alfred R. Poynt of London, Ontario in the spirit of stimulating the imagination, promoting creativity, and fostering appreciation of English language skills and the art of poetry. The competition is open to students registered full-time in any undergraduate program at Western University.
Judge's Choice: Emma Croll-Baehre, "fat snow peels downard; Helen Ngo, "Prisoner's Prayer"; David Witmer, "A Stone at the Top of a Hill" (Value: $100)