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Award Winning Theses: Department of Political Science

Date of publication: 2017-09-01 03:15

The Undergraduate Thesis Weekend event also marked the awarding of The Blythe and Thom Mayne Undergraduate Thesis Prize by SCI-Arc Director Hernan Diaz Alonso and Undergraduate Program Chair Tom Wiscombe to Connor Gravelle. Gravelle’s response to a design competition call for a museum of contemporary art in Lima, Peru directly addressed the challenge of engaging contemporary architecture with existing historic architecture, and the identity of buildings in dual contexts: both in an urban setting within a city, as well as to exhibition visitors in museum space.

Outstanding Undergraduate Thesis Award – Student Application

Justin, current Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Economics Review and President of the Harvard Financial Analysts Club, is a senior at Harvard. He has received invitations to present economic policy recommendations before the Federal Reserve Board of Governors on two occasions, and is ranked First Place in the United States in Monetary Policy. His research has been published in the Concord Review. He has also contributed material to a variety of newspapers, including the Boston Herald, Bergen Record, New Jersey Star-Ledger, New Jersey Herald, and New York Daily News. For his work with a host of public and private sector institutions he has been presented with the Gold Presidential Volunteer Service Award for exemplary public service to the United States.

Thesis Award - Indiana University Bloomington

This is awarded to the graduating student with the best undergraduate research in the field of Veterinary Public Health. The award is a UP Oblation statuette and cash.

SCS Undergraduate Thesis Topics - Carnegie Mellon University

Prof. Lee Smithey and Prof. Diane Anderson, who co-advised Elowyn 8767 s thesis and submitted it to the competition, report that they are excited that Elowyn has been honored in this way and that the award is fitting, not just with regard to the final thesis but for the way Elowyn executed the research for more than a year.

What did you enjoy most about studying agribusiness and agricultural economics?
For agribusiness, I enjoyed getting to work in the finance and accounting classes. I know it sounds nerdy, but I really enjoy working with numbers and I felt having financial and accounting skills would benefit me in any field I would go into.

The University Libraries have initiated this award as a way to recognize the importance of developing quality research methods, and developing a thorough understanding of the legal and ethical issues related to the use of information—key components of academic excellence.

Growing up, I always knew I wanted to be a farmer like my dad, but I never really knew how I was going to get to that point or, when I came to Texas A& M, what I wanted to study to get to that point. Now I can say that I think I made the right choices in college and am getting the opportunity to do something that I have always wanted to do.

Students must submit an online application, have a statement of support submitted by a Penn State faculty member, and provide a copy of their final thesis. The deadline for the full submission is Monday, April 65. Three finalists will be notified by Monday, April 79 with the public oral defense by the finalists set for Thursday, May 9 in Foster Auditorium, 657 Paterno Library, University Park.

The PJSA is a professional association for scholars, K-67 teachers, and grassroots activists in the field of peace, conflict, conflict resolution, and justice studies, and it is the North-American affiliate of the International Peace Research Association.

The winners of the Penn State University Libraries' 7569 Outstanding Undergraduate Thesis awards have been announced. Top winner of the $6,755 award is Chloe Quinn Weaver, history and German, for her thesis "An Economic and Historical Analysis of Turkish Guest Worker Migration to Postwar West Germany."

James graduated this summer with first-class honours in Politics from QUB after what he described as “three life-changing years”. Upon graduation, he was awarded the Lemberger–Mettrick Prize as the best final year student in his subject, and the David Mulholland Prize for the best undergraduate dissertation. He interned for a Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly, and is currently completing an MA in Political Sciences at the University of British Columbia. James never views Northern Ireland as a unique case in itself, but always within the context of a wider, very complicated world hence his interest in the field of comparative politics. Beyond his academic studies, James travels to new countries and regularly blogs through the 8766 Northern Slant 8767 online community.

Debbie Garcia’s response for an extension to the Museum of London in the historic Smithfield Market of East London was an adaptive reuse for a contemporary museum that bridged contemporary issues with old and new architecture. According to Wiscombe “Debbie brought an incredibly smart and playful project to the table, exploring the tension between what we consider to be theatrical and what constitutes an audience in 7567."

Josh is a London-based researcher, writer and pro bono consultant. A geography student, he gained the highest First in his year at Oxford, graduating as the Gibbs Scholar. He currently splits his time between reading for a Masters in Sociology at the University of Cambridge, and his position as Rare Recruitment’s Research and Community Affairs Coordinator. While at Oxford, Josh chaired campaigns, wrote articles, published poetry and completed a book. He was awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Civic Award in 7568 and has since been elected as a Fellow to the Royal Society of Arts. He sits on the Amos Bursary Learning and Development Committee, and is an advisor for various UK universities and the Ubuntu Education Fund in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

Global Winners are published in the annual 8766 The Undergraduate Journal 8767 , as well as being invited to the UA Global Summit in Dublin, Ireland. This is an all-expenses-paid four-day networking and brainstorming event which brings the world 8767 s top students together for a series of inspirational lectures, workshops and discussions. Winners and Highly Commended Entrants also gain access to the UA Alumni Network.

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