Winners for 2018 Celebration Research Award
Congratulations to Dustin Brown and Emily Thompson

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Steely Selects Winners for 2018 Celebration Research Award

Congratulations to Dustin Brown and Emily Thompson, co-winners of Steely's Celebration Research Award, presented as part of NKU's Celebration of Student Research and Creativity.

Dustin's project was "Carthage Shrugged," an analysis of the historical role of Carthage. His faculty sponsor was Jonathan Reynolds (Department of History & Geography).

Emily's research--"Underrepresented: The Growing Gap between Rich and Poor on College Campuses"—was completed as part of the Master's in Social Work program. Her faculty sponsors were Jessica Averitt Taylor and Reiko Ozaki.

In recognition of their achievement, both Dustin and Emily will receive $250.00 and their names will be added to the Steely Roll of Honor.

Congratulations, Dustin and Emily!

Dustin Brown standing in front of the Stegowagonvolkssaurus sculpture.
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Emily Thompson, smiling, standing in front of her poster titled Underrepresented: The Growing Gap between Rich and Poor on College Campuses

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