IUPUI-Hal Tobin First-Year Writing Scholarship at IUPUI (Liberal Arts)
Hal Tobin was an associate faculty member for the Department of English who was beloved by his students and an effective instructor with a great deal of experience in the classroom. Professor Joseph Weaver is recognizing Professor Hal Tobin and the academic achievement that occurs in introductory writing courses through creating the Hal Tobin First Year Writing Scholarship at IUPUI. Professor Weaver has taught introductory composition courses for more than a decade at IUPUI.
A first place prize of $125 and a second place prize of $100 are presented annually to the undergraduate students who submit the best individual work written in either W131 Reading, Writing, and Inquiry or W140 Reading, Writing, and Inquiry-Honors. Up to two pieces may be submitted. Students may revise and edit their work before submitting it. Please do not put your name on any submitted manuscript.
- 1st Place - $125; 2nd Place - $100
- Supplemental Questions
- Hal Tobin - submit the best essay written in either W131 Elementary Composition I or W140 Elementary Composition I-Honors. Students may revise and edit their work before submitting it. Do not put your name on any submitted manuscript.
- Submission 2 - optional
- Hal Tobin confirmation
- I confirm that my submission meets the requirements for this award.
- Which course did you write this submission for?