Julia Rogers Research Prize Winners 2021
Congratulations to the Julia Rogers Research Prize winners for 2021!
We would like to thank all of this year's participants for their submissions to the Julia Rogers Research Prize. We had many wonderful entries. Our winners are:
First Year/Sophomore: Dylan Greifinger for “In Statu Naturae: A Case Study of Civil Unrest in Seattle”
Junior/Senior: Peyton Barranco for “Mental Health Theming in BoJack Horseman”
Graduate: Amy S. Millin for a chapter from “The Public Park as Liminal Space: A Study of Spontaneous and Intentional Behavior and the Impact on Community”
Margaret Guccione Prize: Greta Elbers for “Social Psychological Violence through the Control of Musical Freedom”
All winning entries can be viewed in eScholarship@Goucher at https://mdsoar.org/handle/11603/2199.