We congratulate all of the Liberal Arts students who participated in the exhibition, but particularly the award winners from our college. Mackenzie Kagel (psychology) won the Social & Behavioral Sciences category for her poster, "Spatial Development: How Parent-Child Interactions, Gender and race Play a Role." Erin Collins (French, German, and international studies) won the second place prize in the Public Scholarship category; her project was entitled "Islamkunde in NRW: A Source of Integration or Division?"
CLA students also received three of the University Libraries Awards for Information Literacy at the exhibition. Samantha Bernecker (Psychology, World Campus) won first place for her poster, "Patient Attachment Style and the Therapeutic Alliance." Buthainah Al Thowaini (English) received second place for her project, "The Status of English in the Islamic World." And Allison Baker (Psychology) received an honorable mention for her poster, "Asian-American Acculturation and Subjective Well-Being." Great work, everyone!
Check out some photos from the event: