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Thesis Awards 2005/2006

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  • Kelly Boerman. Crash and Leave. Winner of the Joynes Creative Thesis Award for outstanding thesis relating to poetry and fiction.
  • Whitney Brown. Tarnishing the ‘Golden Boy’: David Low’s Cartoon Satire of the Rise and Fall of Anthony Eden, 1936-1956.

  • Kristin Cornelius. Amigos de las Américas in Paraguay: The Assessment of the Viability of an International Non-Governmental Organization.

  • Sara Enright. Seguir Molestando: The Role of Watchdog Journalists in Argentina.

  • Lauren Gilstrap.  The Cost of Aging: A Political and Financial Analysis of the Proposed Solutions to the Social Security Crisis.

  • Wassia Khaja.  A Heavy Burden: Obesity as a Social Responsibility.

  • Jessica Like.  A Method in Madrid: Production of Ernest Hemingway’s " The Fifth Column".

  • Allison Moore. The Topology of Finite Graphs with a View Towards the Hanna Neumann Conjecture.

  • Barry Pelz. The Scalpel and the Pen: Medical Representations in Williams, Selzer and Conversation.

  • Dana Pitts. Female Firefighters and Boys with Barbies: A Study of Gender Stereotypes in Preschoolers.

  • Anya Rous. See Intimate Reality: David Grossman’s Child Heroes.

  • Zachary Smith. A Missed Opportunity: Rodriguez v. San Antonio ISD and the subversion of Brown v. Board.

  • JunJay Tan. The Artistic Value of Computer Visual Art.


  • Marit Wilkerson.  Reasons Why: An Ecologist’s Exploration. Winner of the Joynes Creative Thesis Award for outstanding thesis relating to poetry and fiction.

 Winner of the Albert Prize for best thesis relating to medicine.

  • Sunaina Bhuchar. Understanding Ayurveda: A Western Perspective on an Eastern Paradigm of Healing. 

UNIVERSITY CO-OP GEORGE H. MITCHELL STUDENT AWARDS FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE WINNERS FROM THE PLAN II CLASS OF 2006

Grand Prize Winners  Recipients of $20,000

W Seth Howes
Germanic Studies,  Plan II Honors    06-howes
Seth Howes was nominated by Professor Kit Belgum for his work "Negativ- Dekadent: The Cultures of Punk in Halle/Saale, 1978-1989" - richly textured and sophisticated work of original scholarship in the field of contemporary cultural studies, with a focus on the punk music movement in the German Democratic Republic.

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