Graduate set for scholarly future

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Graduate set for scholarly future

Kristin Lynette King (center) of Big Spring graduated December 16 with a Masters Degree in English from UTPB. Standing left is Dr. Todd Richardson, Associate Professor of English, (right), Dr. Myra Tatum Salcedo, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Literature and Languages.

Kristin Lynette King (center) of Big Spring graduated December 16 with a Masters Degree in English from UTPB. Standing left is Dr. Todd Richardson, Associate Professor of English, (right), Dr. Myra Tatum Salcedo, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Literature and Languages.

Rebecca Babcock

Kristin Lynette King (center) of Big Spring graduated December 16 with a Masters Degree in English from UTPB. Standing left is Dr. Todd Richardson, Associate Professor of English, (right), Dr. Myra Tatum Salcedo, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Literature and Languages.

Rebecca Babcock

Rebecca Babcock

Kristin Lynette King (center) of Big Spring graduated December 16 with a Masters Degree in English from UTPB. Standing left is Dr. Todd Richardson, Associate Professor of English, (right), Dr. Myra Tatum Salcedo, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Literature and Languages.

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Kristin Lynette King of Big Spring graduated December 16 with a Masters Degree in English from UTPB. Dr. Todd Richardson, Associate Professor of English, said: “In UTPB’s MA program in English, we encourage students to engage in original scholarly work. Kris King’s thesis How Butler’s Parable Series and Bethesda’s Fallout 4 Parallel American Romanticism and Slave Narratives as Tools for Survival has done much to show how American Romanticism is continually reinvented in popular culture. King’s research stands to gain the attention of future scholars.” Fellow English graduates with Bachelor’s degrees included Nayla Carrasco, Margaret Irene Chavez (with honors), Heather Ann Gomez, Kandice Christian Hargreaves (with honors), Devin Elizabeth Jaramillo, Sabrina Renee Maddox, and Tyler Janee Maddox. Students graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish are Maria de la Luz Calleros, Jose P. Martinez, and Elisa Minjarez.

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