FARMINGTON, ME (May 15, 2019)—University of Maine at Farmington senior Tegan Bradley, from Windham, has recently been honored with a Student Leadership Award by the International English Honor Society, Sigma Tau Delta.
She is one of only three recipients of the 2018-19 leadership award. Introduced in 2008, the competitive Student Leadership award recognizes student members for demonstrating outstanding service and leadership on the chapter level.
Bradley joined the newly installed UMF chapter of Sigma Tau Delta in 2017. During her time as a member of the honor society, she has served as both treasurer and vice president.
Her outreach to individual members and ongoing dedication to the society’s goal to promote interest in literature, writing and the English language has helped to advance the organization on campus. Her leadership was instrumental in bringing honor society members together to obtain official recognition of the UMF chapter by the University’s Student Senate.
A creative writing major, Bradley was awarded funding through a competitive Proctor & Gamble grant last fall to complete an urban internship in The Telling Room in Portland. She is planning to graduate from UMF next fall and wants to pursue a career in teaching creative writing and publishing.
Sigma Tau Delta has more than 900 active chapters worldwide and inducts approximately 9,000 members annually. The organization presents awards annually in the areas of writing, performance and service.
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Media Contact: Misty Krueger, UMF assistant professor of English, firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-778-7473
Photo Caption: Tegan Bradley
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