Congratulations to the EVST 2019 Prize Winners!

May 21, 2019

Four Gaylord Donnelley Prizes were awarded to EVST seniors for excellent interdisciplinary scholarship demonstrated in their senior essays. The prize is an award of $500.00. The 2019 recipients are:

·      Franklin Eccher The Hardier Fish: An Environmental History of Trout and Grayling Management in the Montana “Trout Paradise”. Advisor: Paul Sabin

·      Cayley Geffen Monumental Conflict: The Role of Local and Regional Conflicts In the Opposition to Bears Ears National Monument. Advisor: Justin Farrell

·      Miela Mayer US Cities’ Renewable Energy Targets, Rhetoric or RealityAdvisor: John Wargo

·      Connor Reed Engaging open-source precision viticulture to manage spatial heterogeneity and improve cover-cropping practice on an organic vineyard. Advisor: Mark Bradford

Two 1st Place Library Prizes Winners were awarded to EVST seniors. The library awards three annual prizes for outstanding senior essays. The prize is an award of $500.00 and winning essays are published on Eli Scholar. The 2019 EVST prize winners are:

·      Pascale Bronder Renewable Energy Access and Resilience in Urban Developing Areas: Distributed Solar Networks and Peer-to-Peer Energy Trading in Puerto Rico. Harvey M. Applebaum ‘59 prize for best use of the library’s collections of government documents and information.  Advisor: John Wargo

·      Claire Rossi de Leon Ranging and Behavior Patterns of Black and Gold Howler Monkeys (Alouatta caraya) in Formosa, Argentina.  Library Map Prize for best use of maps in a senior essay.  Advisor: Eduardo Fernandez-Duque