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Wilson College Professor Honored by Dog Writers Association of America

Posted: March 8, 2011

3/8/2011 Wilson College Adjunct Assistant Professor in English Diane Morgan received a Maxwell Award from the Dog Writers Association of America for her article, "Taking the Lead," about training Siberian Huskies. The Maxwell Awards are presented every year in conjunction with the Westminster Dog Show in New York.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DATE: March 8, 2011
CONTACT: Diane Morgan, Adjunct Assistant Professor of English
Phone: 301-582-3462
Email: Dcrocodile@aol.com


CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. – Wilson College Adjunct Assistant Professor in English Diane Morgan received a Maxwell Award from the Dog Writers Association of America for her article, "Taking the Lead," about training Siberian Huskies. The Maxwell Awards are presented every year in conjunction with the Westminster Dog Show in New York.

In addition, Morgan's book, Essential Buddhism: A Comprehensive Guide to Belief and Practice, recently received a high recommendation from the American Library Association, along with a favorable review.

Morgan, of Williamsport, Md., has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maine and a master’s degree from the University of Maryland.

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Last Updated: June 30, 2011