Several students were recognized for their research at the Bankier Library on Wednesday, April 16 at the Seventh Annual Bankier Library Research Award Ceremony.
The Research Award Contest was created to reward students who take the time to develop a thoughtful, methodical and scholarly approach to the research needed for their papers and projects, and to encourage students to develop good research techniques.
Students who completed a research project for a Brookdale course during the Spring, Summer, and Fall 2013 semesters were eligible to submit his/her work to the contest. In addition to presenting a research paper, students had to complete a process essay which further explained their research methodology and rationale. Students also required endorsement from their instructors.
Congratulations to the winners!
First Place Award
“Offshore Wind Power: Change on the Horizon”, for Professor Brandon Gramer, English 122
Second Place Award
“Major League Baseball’s Exemption from Federal Anti-trust Laws is Irrelevant and Should be Overturned”, for Professor Joe Zavaglia, Paralegal Studies 106
Third Place Award
“Just Say No to Ineffective Drug Treatment Programs”, for Professor Kelsey Maki, English 122
“Nanotechnology: The Future of Medicine”, for Professor Joe King, English 122