We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 UGA Libraries Undergraduate Research Awards! Applicants expressed an impressive level of creativity, tenacity in research, and scholastic sophistication in their essays. Awards were presented at the CURO Symposium on March 30, 2015.
- First Place - Allison Koch, Parental Perceptions of Childhood Growth, working with Dr. Susan Tanner (Anthropology) and Caroline Barratt (librarian liaison)
- Runners up
- Stefania Barzeva, Physiological Functioning of Children with Anxiety, working with Dr. Cynthia Suveg (Psychology) and Sandra Riggs (librarian liaison)
- I.B. Hopkins, Research and Embodying in Navasaa, working with Dr. John Patrick Bray (Theater) and Kristin Nielsen (librarian liaison)
1st-3rd Year Division
- First Place - Brett Bennett, Forgotten Radical: Southern Women and the New Left, working with Dr. Brian Drake (History) and Jill Severn (archivist liaison)
- Runner up - Caroline Jackson, Music, Mind, and Interior Sensory Experience, working with Dr. Jamie Kreiner (History) and Nan McMurry (librarian liaison)
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