Music grad wins ECU thesis award

Joanna Pepple (MM ’12, Theory-Composition) was selected as 2014 winner of the ECU Humanities & Fine Arts Master’s Thesis Award. The award includes a cash prize of $500 and a certificate of achievement.

Her thesis advisor was Dr. Amy Carr-Richardson.

Each ECU college was invited to nominate a thesis in the Humanities and Fine Arts category for consideration. Her thesis was selected by a committee of faculty and administrators based on its (1) impact in the chosen field of study; (2) the compelling case it makes for new approach to a problem of significance; (3) the quality of writing and clarity of its message; and (4) the originality of the work.