In Focus: ETSU Awards Marlow Top Award for Art Project
May 27, 2008JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. — The East Tennessee State University School of Graduate Studies recently honored its recipients of awards for outstanding graduate work.
In the arts community, Patti Andrews Marlow of Elizabethton, Tenn. received the Outstanding Capstone Award for her project, The Quilt, the Patterns, the Makers Yesterday and Today: From a Utilitarian Mainstay to a Twenty-first Century Object of Art.
The recipient of an associate degree from Milligan College, Marlow earned a bachelor's degree at ETSU and is currently pursuing a master of arts in liberal studies degree with a concentration in Appalachian Studies. She is a member of Alpha Sigma Lambda honorary society, and has been employed by the ETSU Department of Music for 18 years, serving as events coordinator.
Each award was determined by a committee comprised of graduate faculty members representing different disciplines and chaired by a member of the ETSU Graduate Council. Each winner was presented a plaque and $100. The names of these award recipients will be on permanent display in the School of Graduate Studies lobby in Burgin E. Dossett Hall.