CCTE recognizes ACU Language and Literature faculty

Posted March 26, 2014

Four ACU Department of Language and Literature faculty members were recognized at the Conference of College Teachers of English (CCTE) on March 1-3. 

Sherry Rankin, instructor of English, won the award for best pedagogy paper in CCTE's Literature, Film, and Popular Culture section. Her paper on using Tolkien in the British literature survey course will be published in CCTE Studies, a peer-reviewed scholarly journal. 

Erin Daugherty, M.A. student, garnered an Honorable Mention from CCTE's Creative Writing section for her poem "Yellow Stripes Between."

Sarah Eason, M.A. student, won the Best Paper in Shakespeare Award for her presentation, "'Where two raging fires meet together': Constructed Gender Performances of Kate and Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew."

Dr. Chris Willerton, professor of English, won the Frances Hernandez Teacher-Scholar Award. He was recognized for being an excellent undergraduate instructor and a mentor for many of his colleagues. Dr. Nancy Jordan, ACU professor of English, is a previous recipient of the Hernandez Teacher-Scholar award.

“The fact that we have won two Hernandez awards speaks well of our department,” says Dr. Cole Bennett, chair of the Department of Language and Literature. “While I am quite pleased to be associated with colleagues who win such awards, I am not surprised. The quality of teaching and scholarship in which our department is engaged is unparalleled."

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