Julia Rogers Research Prize Winners Announced
Release date: April 08, 2006
Winners of the Julia Rogers Research Prize for papers written in 2005 were announced at a ceremony held during National Library Week. These awards are given for outstanding research, using library resources, by Goucher students.
First-year/Sophomore: Kate Murray and Gregory Bortnichak
"Why it Hurts to Write: an Analysis of Pain in the Writing Process" for English 221.
Recommended by Professor Arnie Sanders.
Far left photo, with Professor Sanders
Junior/Senior: Alex Wood.
"No Way Out: the Paradox of Woodrow Wilson's Response to the Race Question."
Recommended by Professor Jean Baker.
Near left photo
Graduate: Debra Pickrel
"The end of an Era: The James V. Forrestal House (No. 17 Beekman Place, New York, New York, 1932-1940," for HP 613.
Recommended by Stuart Meck, lecturer.
Copies of the winning papers are on reserve in the library.