History Majors Win Social Science Writing Awards

The History Department is proud to announce that two of its students recently won Social Science Writing Awards for their respective research projects. Ryan Lawler, senior history major, won first place in the competition for his paper,  “Sexual Uses of Myth as a Basis for a Male-Dominated Society” and junior history major Michael Olson won the runner-up prize for his paper, “Eisenhower and Lebanon, 1958.”

Ryan Lawler (left) & Michael Olson (right)

Social Science Writing Awards Winners: Ryan Lawler (left) & Michael Olson (right)

The Social Science Writing Awards competition is administered through the Dean’s Office of the College of Sciences, and each year the awards recognize the best papers written by undergraduates across the following departments: Economics, History, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology-Anthropology.  Congratulations to Ryan and Michael on their fantastic achievement!

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