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Livingstone Undergraduate Research Awards

Honors the best research projects produced each year by Temple University undergraduates.

Winners 2013-2014

2014 Library Prize Winners

Winners with Dean of University Libraries, Joe Lucia

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Cassandra Emmons

Cassandra Emmons
 

“Ambiguous Attacks on Democracy in Europe and the Americas: What can intergovernmental organizations do?"

 

Faculty Sponsor: Mark Pollack
Course: Political Science 4891: Directed Research and Field Study
Department: Political Science



 

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Evan Freemont Hoskins

Evan Freemont Hoskins
 

“Pigs in the Promised Land"

 

Faculty Sponsors: Elliot Ratzman
Course: History 4997: Honors Thesis Seminar (Spring 2014)
Department: History



 

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2013-2014 Honorable Mentions

Nicole E. Beck

"An Invisible Art: Heavenly Machines and Spacious Halls of Memory"

Faculty Sponsor: Elizabeth S. Bolman
Course: Art History 4082: Independent Study (Fall 2013)
Department: Art History

Kelly Slater

"Public Corruption and Organized Crime: Philadelphia as a Case Study"

Faculty Sponsor: Aunshul Rege
Course: Criminal Justice 4082: Independent Study (Fall 2013)
Department: Criminal Justice