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Graduate Research Symposium Awards

Thank you to all who participated in last weekend's Virtual Graduate Research Symposium hosted by the Graduate Student Advisory Council! This annual interdisciplinary symposium brought together graduate students from the Humanities, Social Sciences and Sciences and offered the opportunity to showcase their research to the Loyola community. The Graduate School would like to offer special congratulations to the following students for their outstanding presentations in the following categories:

OUTSTANDING PAPER/PRESENTATION IN HUMANITIES

 Megan Wines

“Broken Chains, Open Doors, and Mad Women: Prison Escape Narratives in Euripides’ Bacchae and Acts of the Apostles”


OUTSTANDING PAPER/PRESENTATION IN SCIENCES

 Timothy Mitchell

“Quantitative Methods of Evaluating Song Lyrics”


OUTSTANDING PAPER/PRESENTATION IN SOCIAL SCIENCES

 Sahar Al-Najjar

“Trauma Healing: An Intersectional Approach to Integrative Health in Minority Mental Health Communities”


OUTSTANDING RESEARCH POSTER

 Joanna Skourletos

“Evaluating Quality Interactions in Preschool Math: Validation of a Video-based Observation Protocol”


HONORABLE MENTION FOR RESEARCH POSTER

 Prabha Kaundinya

“Multicultural competencies for school psychologists: A systematic review of measures”


EDGE AWARD FOR RESEARCH BEST INTEGRATING DIVERSITY & INCLUSION

 Quortne R. Hutchings

“From the outside looking in: Black gay, bisexual, and queer men's experiences in men of color mentorship program in higher education”