Congratulations to our Contest Winners

May 8th, 2012 by Sarah Laleman Ward

Library Day 2012 has come and gone, but we would like to once again congratulate the winners of our two student competitions. We are proud of our students’ accomplishments!

The 19th Annual Paul LeClerc Competition for Best Research Papers

100-level undergraduate papers

1st place:

Julia Svitsky, “Still Not Thin Enough”

Instructor:  Prof. Howard Sage

Course:  English 120

2nd place:

Allison Glasgow, “Fear of the Push”

Instructor:  Prof. Wendy Hayden

Course:  English 120

200-level and above

1st place:

Kristan E. Melo, “Assessing the State Early Learning Guidelines for the Inclusion of Social and Emotional Development and Pretend Play”

Instructor:  Prof. Roseanne Flores

Course: Psychology 398

2nd place:

Lauren Manley, “Playing by the Rules:  Ideology, Performance, Dominance and Sanction”

Instructor:  Prof. Rosalind Petchesky

Course:  Women & Gender Studies 300

Graduate level

1st place:

Raoul E. Calleja and Lizz Kaune (co-authors), “Blogging and Autonomy in ESL Writing”

Instructor:  Prof. Christine Rosalia

Course:  Linguistics 704


The Charlotte Katz Millenson Book Review Contest

Undergraduate Level

1st place:

Evelen D. Hough, for the review Silver Blaze: A Gem’s Subtle Layers

2nd place:

Samsun Nahar, for the review The Power of Potter

Graduate Level

1st Place:

Madhu Narayanan, for the book review of A Fine Balance, by Rohinton Mistry

2nd Place:

Giulua Zeni, for the book review of Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, by Patrick Suskind.

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One Response to “Congratulations to our Contest Winners”

  1. Mariz Says:

    Congratulations to the winners! You may serve as inspiration to others and never get tired of gaining knowledge and learning new things.
    Cheers to your achievements!

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