We are incredibly proud to announce the winners of our 9th annual Library Undergraduate Research Award, who were honored at an awards reception on April 28.
Our selection committee comprised of librarians and faculty recognized the following students for their expert and creative use of the services, resources, and collections of the William H. Hannon Library.
FIRST PRIZE ($1000):
Ian T. Miller '16 (pictured left, with Professor Elizabeth Drummond)
Project title: Delivering Humanity from the Menace of War
Paper written for: HIST 398 Culture and Politics of Weimar Germany
Professor: Elizabeth Drummond
HONORABLE MENTIONS ($450 ea.):
Dean Messinger '16 (pictured center with Professor Andrew Devereux)
Project title: Nationalism and Nation-building in the Lutheran Reformation
Paper written for: SURP 2014 / HIST 498 European Reformations
Professor: Andrew Devereux
Emmett J. Schlenz '16 (pictured, right)
Major: English and History
Paper written for: History 398 Latin American Revolutions in Film
Professor: Margarita Ochoa
Congratulations to these students and their faculty! We're already planning for our 10th year of this award… will you be one of the winners?