Student Academic Award

The General Education Program at Temple University will recognize up to five Temple undergraduates for superior scholarly or creative work produced as part of a Gen Ed course.  The first place winner will receive an award of $750; the second place winner will receive $500; and the third place winner will receive $250.  Work will have been completed during the spring, summer or fall semesters of 2017. These awards will be presented for creative/artistic works, as well as for scholarly papers. For 2018 application information, Undergraduate Student Awards 2018 Call for Applications.

Winners of the 2017 Student Academic Award are:

First Place: Jacob Stultzfus under Kathryn Ionata (Analytical Reading and Writing) for “Art for One, Art for All”

Second Place: Carly Damon, Ilana Ginsburg and Brianna Salort under Claire Gothreau (Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences) for “Educational Achievement and Crime”

Second Place (tied): Devon Jordan and Ryan Marinelli under Claire Gothreau (Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences) for “Partisanship of the Presidency and Fluctuations in Inequality”

Third Place: Logan Randle under Professor Christine Palumbo-de Simone (Analytical Reading and Writing) for “Resistance Against Patriarchal Inheritance”