2014 Student Awards

2014 CLA Distinguished Dissertation Award

Winners of the  CLA Distinguished Award are chosen from nominations from each department and interdisciplinary graduate program in the College of Liberal Arts. Each award is for $500 and includes an engraved plaque.

2014 WINNERS

Verity Whalen – Department of Anthropology
Title of Dissertation:  Re-becoming Nasca: A Household-Based Analysis of the Transformation of Community and Tradition at a Late Nasca Village, Peru

Courtney Scherr  - Brian Lamb School of Communication
Title of Dissertation:  “It’s like having 46 copies of the Joys of Cooking:” Exploring communication during cancer genetic counseling and its impact on illness representations.

 


 

2014 CLA Distinguished Master’s Thesis Award

CLA Distinguished Master’s Thesis Award winners are chosen among nominations from each department and interdisciplinary graduate program in the College of Liberal Arts. Each award is for $250 and includes an engraved plaque.

2014 WINNER

Marie Elizabeth Gravalos – Department of Anthropology

Title of Thesis:  Conceptualizing Community Identify through Ancient Textiles:  Technology and the Uniformity of Practice at Hualcayan, Peru

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