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Mr. Sydney F. Arak and Ms. Ruth Toor, University of Delaware alumni, have provided funding to celebrate student writing. They established an award in honor of their parents, John and Frieda Arak.
Each year, more than 4,000 students enroll in English 110, our required first-year writing course. Students with outstanding essays are encouraged to submit their papers for consideration for the Arak Award. A committee of ENGL 110 instructors reads the work of nominees and selects the winners. Students who receive the Arak Award have their essays published online in the Arak Journal, an annual anthology of student writing from the past year ENGL 110 class. Winners also receive a monetary prize.
Encouraging the writing skills of a diverse college student body is vitally important. The Department of English is deeply grateful for the Arak family's ongoing support of our work in doing so.
Submissions must be received by January 10 of the year following the student's enrollment in ENGL 110, e.g. essays written during 2022 courses must be submitted by January 10, 2023.
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