URE 2014 Winners

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FIRST PLACE:

Briana Adams

Department of Communication Arts & Sciences

College of the Liberal Arts

Nominated by Jack Selzer, Ph.D.

"Thurgood Marshall's "State of the Negro Address'"

SECOND PLACE:

Arianna De Reus

Community, Environment and Development

College of Agricultural Sciences

Nominated by Ted Alter, Ph.D.

"Achieving Water Security in Senegal: Rural and Urban Water Access and Sanitation Challenges"

THIRD PLACE:

Anne Maucieri

Department of English

Division of the Arts and Humanities—Altoona campus

Nominated by Megan Simpson, Ph.D

"The Personal Consequences of Mythical Democracy: Black Female Citizenship"

OTHER ARC SCHOLARS:

Alexis Bascombe - "Michelle Obama:  Standing Up in a Crooked Room"

Jonathan Callan - "Designing Sustainable Revenue Models for CHW-Centric Entrepreneurial Ventures"

Matt Crager - "'The Clock Will Not Be Turned Back': A Rhetorical Analysis"

Christina Cruz - "Afro-Columbian"

Brooke Durham - "'He' and 'I': Hybrid Identity in Mouloud Feraoun’s “Le Fils du pauvre"

Bronson Ford - "Julian Bod on 'Meet the Press'"

Kira Hydock - "A Comparison of Zulu and Rwandan Basketry Past and Present"

Ebony Martin - "Becoming American: The Ethnic Juxtaposition of African Women in America"

Rhoda Moise - "Quantity Versus Quality:  Exploring the Roles of Afterschool Participation and Connectedness to Youth Problem Behavior"

Carina Pena - "The African Influence on the Dominican Republic"

Jacob Shevrin - "The Forgotten Foundations of Mathematics in Ancient Africa"

Emily Spera - "Endangered African Wild Dogs: The Influence of Spotted Hyaena in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania"

Grace Warkulwiz - "Importance of Interactive Small Group Discussions to Educate Community Health Workers"