Peer Writing Consultant Ana Guay wins Gates Scholarship
From the University Record:
Ana Guay, an honors major in classical languages and literature with a minor in translation studies, has been awarded a 2015 Gates Scholarship to the University of Cambridge.
The Gates Cambridge Scholarship provides full funding for graduate programs at the University of Cambridge. Forty scholars from the U.S. will join 55 scholars from other parts of the world to form a diverse and interdisciplinary cohort of leaders in their respective fields pursuing master's or doctoral degrees.
Guay, of Brooklyn, New York, is writing her honors thesis on Homer's Catalogue of Ships in the "Iliad." She serves as a peer tutor for the Sweetland Center for Writing and currently teaches a mini-course for first-year students in the Honors Program on paratexts and marginalia in ancient and modern texts.