The Claremont Colleges Library has selected the winners of its 8th annual Library Undergraduate Research Awards (LURA). The awards honor students who demonstrate exemplary original research and scholarship, including remarkable skill and creativity in the use of library and information resources.
This year’s LURA winners are:
Kristine Chang, Pomona
Paper Title: “The Tip-of-the-Mandarin Tongue: The Effects of Phonology and Orthography on TOT Incidence and Resolution”
Faculty Sponsor: Lise Abrams
Benjamin Sievers, Pitzer
Paper Title: “Measles Eradication: Let’s Root Out Measles, Ring-vaccinate Hotspots, and Eradicate this Deadly Scourge Forever”
Faculty Sponsor: Anna Wenzel
Natasha Stange, Pomona
Paper Title: “Politics of Plague: Ancient Epidemics and Their Impact on Society”
Faculty Sponsor: Benjamin Keim
Sonam Rikha, Pomona
Paper Title: “Language Oppression in the Tibetan Autonomous Region and Tibetan Prefectures”
Faculty Sponsor: Jenny Thomas
Please contact email@example.com if you would like to attend the Award Ceremony via Zoom on Monday, March 15th at 5:15pm PST.