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Medaille Professor’s Digital Story Receives the Highest Award in Its Fieldnext
“How To Rob A Bank,” a digital story by Dr. Alan Bigelow, a professor in Medaille’s Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, recently won the 2017 Robert Coover Award for a Work of Electronic Literature. This yearly honor is the highest award in the field, and it is awarded by the Electronic Literature Organization.
In recent months, “How To Rob A Bank” made the shortlist for the prestigious Turn on Literature Prize and won the Opening Up Digital Fiction Writing Competition 2017 Judge’s Prize. In addition, the digital story was shortlisted for the 2016 London International Creative Competition, and was First Runner-Up in the Digital Humanities Awards 2016.
An article co-written by Medaille College professor Dr. Keith Klostermann has been accepted for publication in the ARC Journal of Addiction.
Medaille assistant professor Dr. Jennifer Reichenberg has been selected by the Reading Hall of Fame to receive an Emerging Scholars Fellowship.
Medaille College is one of seven New York State colleges or universities to receive grant money to offer courses to offenders in state correctional facilities.
A digital story by Medaille professor Dr. Alan Bigelow recently won the 2017 Robert Coover Award for a Work of Electronic Literature.
College faculty and staff worked together to make a difference in the community at the first Medaille Day of Service on August 4.