THE WINSTON FAMILY HONORS
BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARDS 2015
Winston Family Honors Best Student Papers Award winners and their faculty mentors were honored at a luncheon in the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center at the University of Maryland on April 24, 2015.
Pictures from the luncheon follow below. The awards were given to the following students (listed along with their professors):
Best Honors Essay
Dr. Michelle Markey Butler
"Modern Movie Magic"
HONR208P Tolkien: Mythmaker of our Times
Dr. Ingrid Satelmajer
"Lost Girls in a New York Neverland"
HONR239B New York City and the American Dream
Dr. Ralph Bauer
"In the Eye of the Beholder: Columbus's Dynamic Perspectives Resulting from Power and Religion"
ENGL289B The Rites of Discovery: Science, Law, and Literature 1492-1992
Best Honors Research Paper
Dr. Robert Choflet
"The Shadow of Hollywood, the Aftershock of Watts: Divergent Political Thought Within the L.A. Rebellion School"
AASP202H Black Culture in the United States
Dr. Ian Ward
"Scriptural Authority and Competing Goods in the Wake of Rorty"
GVPT449J Seminar in Political Philosophy: Political Theology
Dr. Benjamin Rosenthal
"The Evolution and Health Consequences of Bats as Virus Reservoirs"
HONR289A The Ecology and Evolutionary Biology of Infectious Disease
Best Honors Thesis
Stephen RandallDr. William D. Linch III
"The Structure of Superforms"
Dr. Anya Jones
"Methods of Quantifying Leading Edge Vortex Burst on Rotating Wings"
Honors Aerospace Engineering