Lauren Schlesinger

Graduate Fellowship, 2009

Master of Science in Secondary Education, English Literature, 2010 Bachelor of Arts in English Writing (Poetry Concentration), 2009

Committed to becoming an English teacher while continuing to publish poetry, Lauren was honored in 2009 by the American Academy of Poets and recognized by her writing professor as one of the “most gifted writers encountered in a decade of teaching,” After graduating Cum Laude with Departmental Honors in Writing, she has received “very high praise” for her graduate work to date. She attributes her love of literature and passion for poetry to her AP English teacher.<p>

Update:  January, 2019,  on Facebook
"Lauren Elizabeth Schlesinger recommends The Alumnae of Northwestern University. January 19 at 12:47 PM
The Alumnae of Northwestern serves the larger community of the university through funding and educational programing for undergraduates, graduates, and the public. Although many may not know much about this fierce group of women, they have made an immense impact-especially within the lives of individual scholars. Ten years ago, I received the Alumnae Graduate fellowship, and it changed the course of my life because I could then complete the MSEd program and pursue my goal of becoming a high school English teacher. Thank you so much for helping women pursue advanced degrees and for providing affordable classes to local adults. Thank you for enriching generations of Wildcats!"