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REDD CENTER NAMES FELLOWSHIP WINNERS

The Charles Redd Center for Western Studies at Brigham Young University has announced the winners of its annual fellowships promoting research and study of the various changes in the Mountain West.

Stephen L. Tanner, a professor in the BYU English department, is the winner of the 1992-93 BYU Faculty Fellowship for a study of Ernest Haycox. The fellowship carries a research stipend of up to $2,000.The winner of the 1992 Summer Fellowship Competition is Larry Coates from Ricks College for a study of the Fancher Party. Coates' stipend for research is $1,500, plus up to $1,500 in research support funds.

The 1992 Summer Fellowship for upper division and graduate students has been awarded to Gwendolyn L. Alley, a graduate student at the University of Nevada, Reno. She will receive up to a $1,000 for her study project, "The Discourse of Change in the Great Basin National Park."

The Redd Center has also awarded $7,000 assistantships to BYU students Laga Van Beek, Mary Lynn Bahr and Sharon Carver for the 1992-93 academic year.

As part of the Redd Center Manuscript Competition, Helen Marie Harrison Nelson submitted the manuscript, "Earl Douglass, Discoverer of the Dinosaurs."