Steuber Prize announces 2014 winners
College of Engineering freshmen Jessica Thomas and Stephen Slattery tied for first place in the reflective writing category of the 2014 Steuber Prize for Excellence in First-Year Writing. Thomas won for her entry, "Change That Counts," and Slattery for his piece, "Road to the Sky." In the competition's creative writing category, freshman Audrey Brown received an honorable mention for her piece, "Imaginings, Realities, and Stranger Therapy." The annual prize is open to all College of Engineering freshmen who have satisfied up to 32 credits of coursework, and accepts entries on any topic. This year, the first-prize winners will receive $750 each, and the runner-up will receive $500.