Bouchet Honor Society member Dr. Meredith O. Hope explores the importance of character in academia and in life.
Bouchet scholar and Joint Program in English and Education Ph.D. graduate J.W. Hammond addresses historical racial inequities in the field of writing studies, and how to combat them.
This is for graduate students committed to elevating rebellious voices, to being undisciplined interdisciplinarians, to pursuing radical ethics that set your soul on fire.
We asked graduating students to share what they wish they would have known when they started graduate study.
Ph.D. student Jallicia Jolly explores why, despite biomedical developments that aim to reduce the spread of HIV transmission, the pandemic continues to disproportionately impact the poorest and socioeconomically disadvantaged sectors of our population.