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CAS Student Award Recipients

Morton Thesis/Dissertation Award

Nathali Blackwell, Social Work - Thesis

U of M Society Doctoral Fellowship

Shane Hanlon, Biological Sciences

Student Research Forum

Undergraduate

Matthew Luckey, Chemistry - Education (second)

Elisabeth Benson, English - Liberal and Fine Arts (first)

Caroline Havrilla, Biological Sciences - Life and Health Sciences (first)

Melanie Sparks, Chemistry - Life and Health Sciences (second)

Charlotte Joure, Mathematical Sciences - Math and Computer Sciences (first)

Charissa Shiver, Physics - Physical and Applied Sciences (first)

Nicole Whitaker & Timothy Robbins, Chemistry - Physical and Applied Sciences (second)

Jeanne Hanna, Anthropology - Social and Behavioral Sciences (first)

Fadumo Nur & Blair Lehman, Psychology - Social and Behavioral Sciences (second

Graduate

Christopher Eden, Biological Sciences - Life and Health Sciences (first)

Sara Carter, Biological Sciences - Life and Health Sciences (second)

Poonam Dharam, Computer Science - Math and Computer Science (first)

Yaoqing Liu, Computer Science - Math and Computer Science (second)

Shane Hanlon, Biological Sciences - Physical and Applied Sciences (first)

Sudhir Upreti, Physics - Physical and Applied Sciences (second)

Jennifer Earheart & Therese Petty, Anthropology - Social and Behavioral Sciences (second)

Mensa Society Overall Award

Christopher Eden, Biological Sciences (first)

Eric Link

Eric Link
Critical Insights: Herman Melville, Department of English
Edited by Eric Carl Link, this volume in the Critical Insights series presents a variety of new essays on the American writer.


Verner D. Mitchell

Verner D. Mitchell
Literary Sisters: Dorothy West and Her Circle, A Biography of the Harlem Renaissance, Department of English
Harlem Renaissance writer Dorothy West led a charmed life in many respects. Born into a distinguished Boston family, she appeared in Gershwin's Porgy and Bess, then lived in the Soviet Union with a group that included Langston Hughes, to whom she proposed marriage. She later became friends with Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, who encouraged her to finish her second novel, The Wedding, which became the octogenarian author's first bestseller.

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