Jackson, Moore Capture Undergraduate Research Awards

Pria Jackson '19
Jackson

Pria Jackson ’19 and Mandy Moore ’16 have been honored by Wyndham Robertson Library as the winners of the 2016 Undergraduate Research Awards.

The annual awards recognize exemplary student research projects completed in Hollins courses. These projects showcase:

  • Extensive and creative use of the library’s resources.
  • The ability to synthesize those resources in completing the project.
  • Growth in the student’s research skills.
Mandy Moore '16
Moore

Jackson was selected the winner in the First-Year/Sophomore category for her research project, Nasser of Egypt and Egypt of Nasser, which was recommended by Associate Professor of History Rachel Nunez.

In the Junior/Senior category, Moore earned the top prize for A Quandary of Errors: The Problem of Innocence in Paradise Lost.  Associate Professor of English Julie Pfeiffer recommended the project.

Jackson and Moore will each receive a $250 award. Their work, along with the work of the other finalists, will be featured in the Hollins Digital Commons.