April 10, 2014—“Needing more time to finish her doctoral work, Jeneé Wilde in the UO’s English department was thrilled to learn she is the winner of the Jane Grant Dissertation Fellowship for the 2014-15 academic year.
”The fellowship, which provides $12,000 and tuition remission, is the top award given each year by the UO’s Center for the Study of Women in Society. In all, 12 graduate students and eight faculty members will get grants totaling $80,000 for research issues related to women and gender.”
Read the entire story in Around the O. Story by Jim Barlow.