Center on Race and Social Problems

CRSP 2016-17 Student Paper Award Winners

The Center on Race and Social Problems congratulates the winners of the Student Paper Awards for the best student papers on race. 

Information on the 2017-18 Award submission guidelines is now available >>

Devin Rutan, undergraduate in Urban Studies, whose paper Food Oases: A Case Study of East Liberty" was written as an independent study for Waverly Duck.

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Allison Hall, JD/MSW candidate in Law and Social Work, whose paper The Language of Osama Bin Laden: How Language is Used as a Proxy for Race in Discrimination Against Arabic Speakers in U.S. was written for Jasmine Gonzales Rose's Race & The Law seminar.

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Kess Ballentine, PhD candidate in Social Work, whose paper "A Theoretical Analysis of Differential Diagnosis of Oppositional Defiance Disorder and Attention-Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder by Race" was written for John Wallace's macro-theory course.

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