Paul G. Standwood Prize

Philippine Geelhand de Merxem, Academic Researcher at the Research Center LaDisco of the Faculty of Arts of ULB, has received recently the Paul G. Standwood prize for her thesis published in co-supervision in Languages, Letters and Communication (ULB) and the English Language and Litteratures (The University of British Columbia) on:

Discourse coherence and atypicality in autistic adults: from corpus analysis to subjective impressions of spoken discourse

Promotor: Mikhail Kissine pour l’ULB
Promotor: Jessica de Villiers pour l’UBC

The Paul G. Standwood Prize is offered by Professor Paul G. Stanwood for the best doctoral thesis in English. The award is made on the recommendation of the Graduate Committee of the Department of English, in consultation with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.