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Outstanding Student Writings in the Disciplines

Call for Papers: Outstanding Student Academic Writing in All Disciplines

Writing in the Disciplines (WID) is seeking submissions for its online publication featuring our students' exemplary writing in all the disciplines taught at Montgomery College. We seek excellent writing by students in all disciplines so that our online publication can showcase the diversity of styles and types of academic writing at MC. Submit your paper today!


Montgomery College is pleased to announce the selection of Outstanding Student Writing in the Disciplines for 2020-2021:
  • Alim, Md Rakin.  "Arundhati Roy: Caste Determines Everything in Indian Life" (English, Professor Swift Dickison)
  • Corea, David.  "Going Paperless" (discussion post)  (Biology, Professor Lori Kelman)
  • Correia dos Santos, Carolina.  "Hollywood: The Land of Stolen Dreams" (English, Professor Karen Basuel)
  • He, Jenny.  "Preparing for a Sunday Night" (English, Professor Matthew Decker)
  • Khan, Nida.  "The Illusion of Free Will in Yael Farber's Mies Julie" (Political Science, Professor Jennifer Haydel, and English, Professor Joan Naake)
  • Valverde, Julia.  "Bipolar Disorder's Effect on Adolescents" (Psychology, Professor Levena De La Rosa)
  • Van, Thomas.  "Anatomy of a Revolutionary: A Comparative Analysis of Maximilien Robespierre and Pol Pot" (English, Professor Christina Devlin)


Writing in the Disciplines is pleased to showcase our students' exemplary writing in all the disciplines taught at Montgomery College. This page features the full range of excellent student writing from Montgomery College students. All documents below require Adobe Acrobat PDF readernew window.

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