Congratulations to Emily Udle, whose research was recognized as the best global linguistics paper by the Global Undergraduate Awards committee, the world’s largest academic awards program recognizing originality, innovation, and excellence at the undergraduate level.

Emily Udle

Emily Udle is completing a B.A. Combined Honours in Applied Linguistics and Discourse Studies and English, with a Minor in Professional Writing

Emily’s paper, Genre in Times of Change: A Systemic Functional Linguistic Analysis of a Remote Newfoundland Real Estate Listing was based on research conducted in Professor Rachelle Vessey’s course on Systemic Functional Linguistics.

The committee will fund Emily’s travel to Dublin in November to accept the award. While in Dublin, Emily will present her research during the Global Undergraduate Awards conference, and her paper will be published in their library.