April 6, 2018

Julia Rogers Research Prize Winners 2018

The essays were submitted and the judges voted. Congratulations to the Julia Rogers Research Prize winners for 2018!

Julia Rogers photographThe winners of the 2018 Julia Rogers Research Prize are:

 

First-Year/Sophomore Winner

Natalie Malinowski '21 for "The Smartphone Revolution"

Junior/Senior Winner

Lindsey Mills '18 for "The Political is Personal: Examining the Role of Personal Connections to a Disease as an Access Point for Single-Disease Interest Groups"

Graduate Winner

Marta Beyer '20 for "Museums: Supporting the Varied Needs of their Communities"

Margaret Guccione Prize

Michayla Kelly '18 for "The Fundamental Shared Essence of Dance and Mathematics"

The awards will be given at Symposium on Tuesday, May 15  at 1:30pm in the Batza Room of the Athenaeum. In keeping with tradition, cake will be served. To learn more about the Julia Rogers Research Prize please visit the Library's website.