2020 Awards

Thank you to everyone who participated or attended this year’s Virtual Graduate Research Symposium, we are pleased to announce the winners of this year’s awards:

Outstanding Paper/Presentation in Humanities
Megan Wines, for “Broken Chains, Open Doors, and Mad Women: Prison Escape Narratives in Euripides’ Bacchae and Acts of the Apostles”

Outstanding Paper/Presentation in Sciences
Timothy Mitchell, for “Quantitative Methods of Evaluating Song Lyrics”

Outstanding Paper/Presentation in Social Sciences
Sahar Al-Najjar, for “Trauma Healing: An Intersectional Approach to Integrative Health in Minority Mental Health Communities”

Outstanding Research Poster
Joanna Skourletos, for “Evaluating Quality Interactions in Preschool Math: Validation of a Video-based Observation Protocol”

Honorable Mention for Research Poster
Prabha Kaundinya, for “Multicultural competencies for school psychologists: A systematic review of measures”

EDGE Award for Research Best Integrating Diversity and Inclusion
Quortne R. Hutchings, for “From the outside looking in: Black gay, bisexual, and queer men's experiences in men of color mentorship program in higher education”