Announcements, Awards

Medieval Studies PhD Candidate Receives UNM Leadership and Involvement Award

English graduate student Dalicia Raymond received a UNM Leadership and Involvement Award at the Feb. 21st, 2019 annual reception held by the UNM Student Activities Center. The award is given “to recognize students who have excelled in leadership, academic, and co-curricular activities” at the University of New Mexico. Seniors and graduate students who have at least a 2.5 GPA, 60 credit hours earned, campus co-curricular activities and leadership and other contribution to the campus or surrounding communities are eligible to apply for the award. Dalicia Raymond is a PhD candidate in the English department, focusing on Medieval Studies and writing her dissertation on love magic in medieval romances. She is currently serving as the co-president for the English Graduate Student Association, president of the Medieval Studies Student Association, and as a representative on the Graduate and Professional Student Association Council.

Photos courtesy of UNM Student Activities Center