Fetty Scholars

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.

Below are Fetty Scholarship winners and links to their prize-winning essays.

2022 Nicholas J. Tuzzolino The “Great Catastrophe:” An Analysis of the Greek Migration from Asia Minor During and Following the Greco-Turkish War of 1919
2021 Mariana Braña The Underlying Tones of George Orwell’s Shooting an Elephant
2020 Hannah Chadwick The Interdependence of Feminism and Women’s Sports
2019 Wendy Navarro Lopez Catcalling
2018 Madelyn Duran The Gift of the Prejudice
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