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2022 Research Award Winners

First Place Winner

"Second Class Citizens and the ‘Incurables’: Shared Ideologies and Practices of the United States and Nazi Germany"

"Second Class Citizens and the ‘Incurables’: Shared Ideologies and Practices of the United States and Nazi Germany”, was written for Dr. Devlin Scofield’s Research Seminar: History of the Holocaust.

Summary: The United States and Germany experienced large interest surrounding eugenics in the early twentieth century and how its practices could be used to promote the advancement of their state. Eugenics policies and practices in the United States influenced the Nazi administration when they created medically oppressive sterilization laws and policies.

Congratulations, Brianne!

[ 1st place ]

Second Place Winner

“The Holocaust and Nazi Euthanasia”

“The Holocaust and Nazi Euthanasia”, was written for Dr. Devlin Scofield’s Research Seminar: History of the Holocaust.

Summary: This paper covers the beginning, duration, and ending of the euthanasia program in Nazi Germany. It provides an insight into the Nazi’s euthanasia program and how ordinary people can become murders. The paper aims to uncover the truth behind the Nazi’s euthanasia program.

Congratulations, Brianna!

second place

Third Place Winner

“Sit Fido!...Or Else”

“Sit Fido!...Or Else”, was written for Stephanie Jorandby’s Theatre Appreciation course.

Summary: Mendick’s paper is a product of extensive research about using live animals in the performing arts. It discusses the effect that this lifestyle has on animals and describes the unethical ways in which they are commonly treated.

Congratulations, Elizabeth!

Third place


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