TWO HISTORY MAJORS RECEIVE LIBRARY RESEARCH AWARDS

Two History majors received this year’s Library Research Awards. Emily Komornik was a winner in the Freshmen/Sophomores category for a paper “Jonathan Edwards: Conversion through Fear.” Her paper was nominated by Professor Caitlin Carenen.

Shannon Williamson was a winner in the Juniors/Seniors category for a paper “Choosing an Ethnic Group to Target: The Case of Jewish Minority in Interwar Poland.” Her paper was nominated by Professor Roland Clark.

Congratulations to Emily and Shannon!

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