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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)

Fernando Burgos and Fatima Nogueira

Fernando Burgos and Fatima Nogueira
Postmodern Conductivities in the Work of Enrique Jaramillo Levi, Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures
In Postmodern Conductivities in the Work of Enrique Jaramillo Levi, Nogueira and Burgos elucidate Jaramillo's short story production by scrutinizing the ways in which his writing has challenged sociocultural barriers, especially those intended to devise zones of vigilance for human behavior.


Shaun Gallagher

Shaun Gallagher
The Phenomenological Mind (2nd Edition), Department of Philosophy
This book addresses basic issues in phenomenology and philosophy of mind. It has been translated into Spanish, Hungarian, Italian, Danish, Japanese, and Korean.

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