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Congratulations to the Department of English & Comparative Literature graduate student Trisha Remetir on being awarded the PAGE Fellowship! Trisha is a Ph.D. candidate whose research is in “transpacific migration, coloniality, and gender.”

The Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) Fellowship, sponsored by the Imagining America consortium, is awarded to “publicly engaged graduate students in humanities, arts, and design.” The fellowship “enhances the praxis and pedagogy of public scholarship; fosters a national, interdisciplinary community of peers and veteran scholars; and creates opportunities for collaborative knowledge production.”

As a PAGE fellow, Remetir will receive “a year’s worth of mentorship, professionalization training, and community support as well as financial support to facilitate participation in monthly webinars and [the] annual PAGE Summit.”


Portrait of Trisha Remetir
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