April 14th, 2008 by Luis Gonzalez
The Library Congratulates Our 2008 Student Winners!
15th Annual Paul LeClerc Competition for Best Research Papers
This competition is divided into three categories, with Barnes & Noble gift certificates of $100 for First Prize and $50 for Second Prize in each category.
Joe Eastman, New York University and Greenwich Village: A Relationship of Conflict and Compromise (1980 to the Present). Submitted by Prof. Bernadette McCauley. CHC 150.
Samantha Eggers, Broadway Theaters.
Submitted by Prof. Regina Banks. ENG 120.
Andrew J. Bottomley, All in the Game: Moral Ambiguity and Social Decline in the Wire, Film & Media Studies.
Submitted by Prof. Isabel Pinedo. Film & Media Studies Department, Complex Television Narratives.
Tiffany Cotier, Heisenberg and the German Atomic Bomb.
Submitted by Prof. Benjamin Hett. HIST 341: Germany Since 1914.
Jan Postma, Barnard: Mythologist of Sherman’s Campaign.
Submitted by Prof. Antonella Pelizzari. ARTH 780.97: Photography in the 19th Century.
Tonya Johnson, Attribution of Menopause Symptoms to HIV-infected or At-Risk Drug Using Women.
Submitted by Prof. Carol Roye. Nursing, Community Health Master’s Project.
The Charlotte Katz Millenson Competition
This competition, sponsored by The Friends of Hunter College Library, is divided into two categories, with Barnes & Noble gift certificates of $100 for First Prize and $50 for Second Prize.
Ianna Hawkins Owen, for her essay on Call to Home: African Americans Reclaim,
by Carol B. Stack.
Elke Weiss, for her essay on Les Miserables, by Victor Hugo.
Matt Brennan, for his essay on Grandma Moses: My Life’s History, by Ann Mary Robertson.