Congratulations to the winners of the first annual Library Excellence in Research Awards. They receive monetary awards for outstanding library research, as displayed in research projects for class and in essays describing their research processes.
Undergraduate 1st Place: Gabrielle Lehmann
Gabrielle is a psychology and art major, graduating this May. Her winning submission, Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation as Treatment for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, was written for PYSC 372. It is part of ongoing research.
Undergraduate Runner Up: Elizabeth Cronin
Elizabeth majored in English and graduated last December. Her winning submission, Narrative Devices and Readers’ Empathy in Dickens’ Hard Times, was written for ENG 428. It is available in Constellation, our digital repository of scholarship.
Undergraduate Runner Up: Rosalyn Wyse
Rosalyn is a sophomore majoring in Biochemistry. Her winning submission, Dealing with Transnational Environmental Crime, was written for ENG 102. It is available in Constellation, too.
Start thinking about applying for next year’s awards. All Dominican University undergraduate and master’s students enrolled in at least one class for the fall 2016 semester and/or the spring 2016 semester, including students who graduate in December 2016, are eligible for the award in 2017.
Thank you to this year’s judges, Caroline Sietmann from the library, Ning Zou for the library, and Adrian Kok from the Graduate School of Social Work, and to Felice Maciejewski, University Librarian, for support of the award.