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11th Annual Graduate Research Symposium

 

Market Access International, Inc. Award for Excellence in Scholarship in the Humanities and Social Sciences - $1,000.00

JENNA SIMPSON

The College of William and Mary, American Studies, Advisor: Dr. Arthur Knight

Selling a Shameful Past: Tourism and Living History in Salem, Massachusetts


Northrop Grumman Corporation Award for Excellence in Scholarship in the Natural and Computational Sciences -  $1,000.00

MATT SIMONS

The College of William and Mary, Physics, Advisor: Dr. Irina Novikova

Bright squeezed light from a whispering-gallery mode resonator via second harmonic generation

 

 

Awards for Excellence in Scholarship in the Humanities and Social Sciences - $500.00 each

EDWARD HUNT

American Studies, Advisor: Dr. Charles McGovern

Computer Penetration: Preparations for Cyber War

 

JULIE KITTEL

Psychology, Advisor: Dr. Cheryl Dickter

Early Attention to Racially Ambiguous Faces

 

William & Mary Honorable Mention - $100

ALEXANDRA MÉAV JEROME

American Studies, Advisor: Dr. Maureen Fitzgerald

From Bridget’s into Bin Laden’s: A Comparative Study of how the 19th Century Irish became the 20th/21st Century Muslims in American Political Cartoons

 

William & Mary Award for Excellence in the Natural and Computational Sciences - $500.00

YUDISTIRA VIRGUS

Physics, Advisor: Dr. Henry Krakauer

Many-body effects in cobalt adatoms absorbed on graphene

  

William & Mary Honorable Mentions - $100 each

KATHLEEN MOORE

Computer Science, Advisor: Dr. Pieter Peers

The Effect of Translucency on Photometric Stereo

 

WEI WEI

Computer Science, Advisor: Dr. Qun Li

MobiShare: Flexible Privacy-Preserving Location Sharing in Mobile Online Social Networks

   

Carl J. Strikwerda Awards for Excellence in the Humanities and Social Sciences - $150 each

 

REBECCA SCHUMANN

Anthropology, MA, Advisor: Dr. Marley Brown

Law, Material Wealth and the Identity of the Williamsburg Area’s Free Black Population in 1784 to 1815

 

 MEGAN VICTOR

Anthropology, MA/PhD, Advisor: Dr. Neil Norman

Rogue Fishermen: Codfish, Ceramics, and Identity of the Piratical People on the Isles of Shoals: 1630-1775

 

Carl J Strikwerda Award for Excellence in the Natural and Computational Sciences - $150 each

MORGAN NICCOLI

Biology, MS, Advisor: Dr. Matthias Leu

Using an Occupancy Model of a Neotropical Migrant Bird to Correlate Probability of Occurrence with Productivity