Britt Mize Selected for 2018 Wells Fargo Honors Faculty Mentor Award

The Wells Fargo Honors Faculty Mentor Award recognizes and rewards Honors faculty members whose dedication and commitment to excellence in education is truly outstanding. These faculty members  encourage a spirit of inquiry in their students, are thoughtful teachers, and exhibit the strongest desire to train a new generation of thinkers and creators. This award is of special significance because recipients are nominated and selected by Honors Students. The 2018 Wells Fargo Faculty Mentor Award goes to Dr. Britt Mize.

Dr. Britt Mize, 2018 Wells Fargo Honors Faculty Mentor Award Recipient

Dr. Britt Mize graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in the University Scholars Program at Baylor University and completed his M.A. and Ph.D. in English from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He serves as an Associate Professor of English and has taught at Texas A&M since 2006; he previously taught at California State University – Long Beach. Dr. Mize’s research interests focus on the concept of tradition in the literature and language of the Old and Middle English periods. His courses include “Old English” and “History of the English Language.” He has previously been recognized with the Office of the Vice President for Research Scholarly and Creative Activities Award, The Student-Led Award for Teaching Excellence, the Glasscock Center for Humanities Research Stipendiary Fellowship, the College of Liberal Arts Faculty Research Enhancement Award, and the College of Liberal Arts Ray A. Rothrock Fellowship.

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