• Susan Seligson

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There are 5 comments on “Irrepressible” Milanese Wins Metcalf

  1. “Excited about semicolons”

    That’s not a joke. I relearned how to come up with titles for essays because of her feelings about semicolons.

  2. In addition to: congratulations to Marisa Milanese, I’d like to commend those who pick these award winners for giving us fantastic examples to learn from in our own teaching. This is really inspiring and shows what teaching can be like, in so many different ways.

  3. I took both of her seminars and it made my Freshman year! Now that I’m graduating she is definitely someone it’s nice to see honored. Way to be a fantastic professor and mentor, Marisa. Well earned and completely deserved

  4. I took Marisa for both WR 100 and WR 150 my freshman year. Now graduating, it’s easy for me to say one of my first decisions at BU was one my best.

    Simply stated, Marisa is a rockstar. She turns a university requirement most students dread into the academic highlight of freshman year. In addition to all of her work inside the classroom, you’d be hard-pressed to find a professor here at BU that cares more about his/her students.

    Congratulations again!

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