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2012 Undergraduate Research Awards Winners Announced

Elihu Burritt Library would like to congratulate Lori A. McDermott and Katherine J Johns-Galvin for winning the 2012 Undergraduate Research Awards. Both students will be awarded a $350 prize on May 4, 2012 at the Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement Day.

Lori McDermott is a senior and psychology major. He study is entitled, ‘Menu Labeling and College Students’ Purchasing Behaviors and Caloric Intake’. Katherine Johns-Gavin is a senior and anthropology major. Her thesis is entitled, ‘Green Oasis in a Food Desert: Increasing the Accessibility of Affordable Healthy Foods in an Urban Neighborhood in Hartford, CT’.

Both students did a fantastic job and demonstrated great skill and creativity in the application of library services, resources and collections. Please take time to congratulate them.

2010 Elihu Burritt Undergraduate Research Awards Winners!

The 2010 Elihu Burritt Undergraduate Research Awards winners are:
Junior, Laci A. Corridor for her paper “Anorexia Nervosa: A Review of Current Literature,” and Senior Gregory L. Person for his paper, “What gives you sovereign empire to oppress my sex? Women’s conceptualizations of gender and class during the French Revolution”. They will receive their award certificates and $350 prize at the URCAD ceremony on April 9, 2010.

Congratulaions Greg and Laci and thank you to all the participants. Everyone did a great job!