Jordan Richmond Awarded Undergraduate Research Award at Student Honors Convocation

Dean of University Libraries Martin Halbert and Manuscript Archivist Jennifer Motszko presented the 2018 University Libraries Undergraduate Research Award to Jordan Richmond on April 26 at the Student Honors Convocation. The award focuses on the ability of a student to locate, select and synthesize information from library resources for the creation of an original research project or paper. The winner receives a $500 cash prize. 

Richmond’s winning paper, “Crisis in Myanmar and Bangladesh: Sociocultural Underpinnings and Political Barriers to the 2016-2018 Rohingya Ethnic Cleansing,” was part of a capstone assignment in the International and Global Studies program.

“Her 35-page project…was a true 'tour de force' of creative research, involving over 70 published pieces on the topic drawn from an extraordinarily broad spectrum of sources and source types," said Robert Campo, Richmond's professor and faculty sponsor.

He was similarly impressed by Richmond’s use of Jackso…

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