Celebration of Student Writing Fall 2019 – Results and Report

314 students from 25 SAGES classes took part in the Celebration of Student Writing event, where they discussed the work they did this semester. Groups and individuals made presentations to judges, and these were voted on.

Students’ Favorites


1st choice:  FSSY 185: Children’s Picture Books (section 100)

2nd choice:  FSSY 185: Children’s Picture Books (section 101)

3rd choice:  FSSY 185M: Hamilton and American Identity



Best Overall Class Presentation Award

First Place

FSSY 185-100 Children’s Picture Books, section 100 – (Cara Byrne, Instructor)

Second Place

USSO  290M: The Effects of Race, Class and Education: A Dialogue on Current Issues – (Ben Sperry, Instructor)


Best Individual Research Presentation Award


Jacqueline Broz – “Yes, Grandma Has Sex”

FSSO 185W: Exploring Aging

(Evanne Juratovac, Instructor)






Honorable Mention—TIE!

Anqi Wang – “Gaokao—A Story That Has Happened in My Family” – FSCC 100: Graphic Memoir (Mary Assad, Instructor)

Alexander Cabulong – “Where Has the Time Gone? Investigating the Human Perception of Time in Robert Munsch’s Love You Forever” – FSSY 185-100: Children’s Picture Books (Cara Byrne, Instructor)


Plan Now for Spring’s Celebration

The Spring CSWR will take place in conjunction with Intersections on Friday, April 17 in the Veale Athletic and Convocation Center from noon to 2:45. Now is the time to schedule planning time for your class’s presentation in your syllabus. For help with ideas and logistics, contact Barbara Burgess-Van Aken at bab26@case.edu.