Students Recognized for Exceptional Research by the DiMenna-Nyselius Library

Students Recognized for Exceptional Research by the DiMenna-Nyselius Library

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Winners of the Annual Library Research Prize and Judges

Elisabeth Muller MA'19 and Sydney Williams ’19 were awarded $1,000 as graduate and undergraduate research prize winners for their research strategies and demonstrated use of library resources.

Each year the DiMenna-Nyselius Library recognizes one graduate and one undergraduate student for a research project that demonstrates effective research strategies and use of library resources, services, and collaboration with library staff. Student research projects are judged based on use of library collections; ability to locate, select, evaluate, and effectively use library resources; and evidence of personal learning in the methods of research and the information gathering process. Students receive a $1,000 cash prize and are honored at an annual reception. The Library also awards two $250 cash prizes for honorable mentions.

This year the DiMenna-Nyselius Library recognized the following students for the 2018-19 academic year:

Graduate Student Research Winner

Elisabeth Muller MA'19

Teaching and Foundations in Education, Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions

“Reflective Practice: Continued Improvement of Writing Instruction in the Social Studies Classroom to Promote Historical Understanding”

Practicum for Literacy Teacher Consultants, taught by Bryan Ripley Crandall, PhD.

 

Undergraduate Student Research Winner

Sydney Williams ’19

Major: International Studies; Politics

Minor: Black Studies; Philosophy; Peace and Justice Studies

“The Second Wave of Neocolonialism: China’s Growing Presence in Sub-Saharan Africa”

Senior Capstone Seminar, taught by Terry-Ann Jones, PhD.

 

Honorable Mentions

Lauren Hart ’19

Major: Psychology

Minor: Educational Studies; Education Teacher Prep; Mathematics

“Attention in College Students”

Independent Research, taught by Margaret McClure, PhD.

Dominic Joseph Mazza ’20

Major: History

Minor:  Philosophy

“Corporations' Role in the Holocaust”

HI 304: The Holocaust in History & Memory, taught by Gavriel Rosenfeld, PhD

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