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CHESS Outstanding Graduate in English

Brenna Uporsky, a 2020 PNW graduate with a bachelor’s degree in English, hopes to work in an administrative capacity in the theater industry.

Entering the university as an undecided major, she found “the most supportive and incredible community in my CHESS professors.”

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CHESS Undergrads Win Awards in Honors College

Two CHESS undergraduate students won major awards in the Honors College in April: Elizabeth Searle and Kayla Vasilko.

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CHESS Names Outstanding Graduate in English Department

Brenna Uporsky, a 2020 PNW graduate with a bachelor’s degree in English, hopes to work in an administrative capacity in the theater industry.

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Chicago Flood and Northwest Indiana Industries Discussed in New Book by Purdue Northwest professor

Effects of miscommunication within organization is the focus of a new book by PNW Professor of English Carolyn Boiarsky.