Thirteen Regis University students accepted to present papers at the National Undergraduate Literature Conference in April

Donnie VeaseyMarch 28, 2013

Thirteen English majors in the Regis College English Department at Regis University have been accepted to present papers at the National Undergraduate Literature Conference April 4-6 at Weber State University, Utah.

Regis College, one of three colleges at Regis University, is the residential, liberal-arts college for traditional-aged students at Regis University. 

The students are Jennie Babcock, Sara Barnes, Brady Blackburn, Lauren Craig, Chiara Gonzales, Erika Guynn, Amy Lytle, Erina McGuire, Kaitlyn Medina, Leticia Oxley, James Persichetti, Kathryn Roberts, and Laura Voorheis.   Babcock and Guynn are also consultants in the Regis University Writing Center

“We’ve been sending undergraduates to this conference for years now, but never before have we had so many accepted to present,” said Mark Bruhn, professor and chair of the Department of English. “We’re extremely proud of these individuals and celebrate their remarkable success as student-scholars.”