Jewan Attallah Wins Library Award for Undergraduate Research

The History Department is proud to announce that Jewan Attallah has won the 2018 Library Award for Undergraduate Research for research relating to her paper “Arab Nationalism in a Francophone Country:  The French Language and Moroccan Identity”.  Jewan completed this project with guidance from her instructor, Professor Luis Ramos.

The purpose of the Library Award for Undergraduate Research is to recognize and honor excellence in the use of library services, collections, and resources by undergraduate student researchers.  According to the library’s rubric, the winning student will exhibit excellence and creativity in critical thinking, information gathering, and synthesis.  This year the Christopher Center Library received many competitive entries, from students whose work spanned a spectrum of scholarly research and used a wide variety of resources.

Congratulations to Jewan for her excellent work!