The James Creery Memorial Prize in memory of James Harold Creery, a Trent student of Philosophy in 1972-74, is awarded annually for the best philosophical essay written by an undergraduate at Trent. I am very pleased to announce that the Department of Philosophy has selected Sarah McLay's essay, “Brute Emergence and Narrativity,” as the winner of this year’s James Creery Memorial Essay Prize. Sarah McLay is a graduating fourth-year student who has already been accepted to the graduate program in philosophy at Concordia University for study toward a Master's degree. Congratulations to Sarah McLay! The competing papers were worthy and her selection is an achievement.
Sarah McLay (left), Creery award winner