Undergraduates Showcase Research

Kate Garry | June 10, 2014 |  Notre Dame College of Arts and Letters

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College of Arts and Letters students made a strong showing at Notre Dame’s 7th annual Undergraduate Scholars Conference, which showcased more than 250 research, scholarship, and creative projects from across the University.

At the May 2, 2014, event, senior history major Mia Counts ’14 won first prize in the Undergraduate Library Research Awards sponsored by Hesburgh Libraries and the Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement.

Her winning senior thesis, “The White City: The Effect of Urbanization on Ethnic Integration in Colonial Merida,” was advised by Karen Graubart, Carl E. Koch Associate Professor in the Department History.

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