Brandeis Library Awards Research Excellence Prize Winners for 2019

From working with students throughout the year, Brandeis librarians see many students completing impressive research papers and projects. To recognize students who apply exemplary library research skills, the Library awards Research Excellence Prizes and has selected this year’s award winners from an outstanding pool of student submissions. Congratulations to this year’s winners!

  • Lynn-Tyia PorterAward for research which makes use of materials in the
    Brandeis University Archives & Special Collections:
    Lynn-Tyia Porter, The Exhibition of Blackness and the
    Role of Black Opera

  • Jacob SilvermanAward for research completed in a University Writing
    Seminar: Jacob Silverman, "The Most Dangerous Negro":
    Martin Luther King, Jr. and the FBI

  • Award for a research paper or project completed by an
    Emily Glovinundergraduate student outside of UWS (tie):
    • Emily Glovin: Revisiting the “Three R’s:” Exploring
      the Effects of Religion, Race, and Regulation on
      America’s Public School Systems

    • Helen WongHelen Wong: Forming Kraters in Cyprus: A
      Petrographic and 3D Scanned Exploration of Iron Age
      Cypriot Ceramic Continuity

  • Award for a research paper or project completed by a
    graduate student: Ona Wang, Restorative Justice in Cases
    of Workplace Sexual Misconduct