This prize, named for a beloved colleague who spent her life fostering undergraduate research and development, awards the students who write the best research paper in the sophomore research and writing seminar $200. The instructors of the seminar nominate their strongest paper and the committee choses the winner from those papers. The winners and honorable mention awardees represent the best in writing, primary document research, and contextual and data analysis.
Spring 2020: Bridget Means, “Criminal Caregivers: Nurses and Euthanasia in Hitler's Germany."
Fall 2019: Alec Slawich, "An Analysis of the Black Codes of Restriction"
Spring 2019: Carter Nuhfer
Fall 2018: Aaron Gonzalez, "Constantine's Defiance of Galerius"
Spring 2018: Maxwell Ferguson
Fall 2017: Nicholas Brady
Spring 2017: Nicholas Czarnecki, "Like the Teutonic Horde: Spanish Influenza and North Carolina Public Schools."
Fall 2016: Kelly Caskey, "A Taste for Eastern Luxuries: An Ancient Roman Palate."