The Center on Race and Social Problems is pleased to announce the winners of the Student Paper Awards for the best student papers on race.
Information on the 2016-17 Award submission guidelines is now available >>
Bhavini Patel, undergraduate in Sociology and Africana Studies, whose paper "Environmental Risk: A Case Study of the Hill District and Homewood-Brushton" was written for Waverly Duck's Ethnography of the Internet and Inequality course.
Brittney Singletary, MSW candidate, whose paper "Psychosocial Mediators of Racial Disparities in Depression Risk Among Black Americans" was written as an Independent Study directed by Shaun Eack.
Hector Ramirez-Cruz, PhD Candidate in Linguistics, whose paper "Creole, English, and Spanish: the Racialized Distribution of the Languages in a Multilingual Community" was written as Dissertation Research under Shelome Gooden.
Read paper here >>
Professor Hubert Devonish (left) and Héctor Ramírez-Cruz (right), August 2016, 21st Conference of the Society for Caribbean Linguistics in Jamaica