MLibrary is pleased to announce the inaugural winners of the MLibrary Undergraduate Research Award. In recognition of the extraordinary academic achievements of our undergraduate students, this award honors excellence in library research conducted in support of an undergraduate student project.
First Prize ($1,000): Emily Schiller - To Give Medicine Back to The People: Community Health Activism of the Black Panther Party
Second Prize ($500): Sita Marie Syal - Energy from Waste: Characterization and Reuse Feasibility of Incinerated Municipal Solid Waste
Third Prize ($500): Shirley Chen – “To work, write, sing and fight for women’s liberation”: Proto-Feminist Currents in the American Left, 1946-1961
Honorable Mention ($100 Each): Georgia Ennis - The Social Functions and Implications of Voseo in Quito, Ecuador: A Linguistic and Anthropological Account
Leanna First-Arai - Urban Exacerbation: The Ineffectiveness of Drug Treatment and Law Enforcement in 1970’s Detroit
Michael Franczak - Multilateralism with an American Face: The U.S., Great Britain, and the Formation of the Postwar Economic Order, 1941-1947.