Gosdin Wins Freshman Writing Award
Apr. 10, 2017
English major Kaleb Gosdin was announced as the winner of the 2016-2017 Freshman Writing Award at a recent ceremony. Gosdin won for his essay, “Christianity and Sustainability” written for his First Year Seminar, Your Ecological Footprint.
“Kaleb’s writing exemplifies outstanding research and analysis," said his professor, Carolyn I. Brown, who is also Writing Center and Plagiarism Program coordinator in Webster's Academic Resource Center. "His writing holds a lot of promise for the future and I look forward to reading more of it.”
Gosdin is also a writing coach in the Writing Center at Webster University and a member of the Susan Polgar for Chess Excellence (SPICE) team.
The Freshman writing award encourages and recognizes excellence in student writing and helps foster a culture of writing at Webster University. It is a competition open to first-semester freshman in the fall.