Matt Sterlina was selected as this year’s recipient of the Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer Award for Excellence in Library Research for his outstanding paper on scientist Lord William Thomson Kelvin in fulfillment of the requirements for Chemistry I during fall 2014 semester. Matt was nominated by Dr. Danica Nowosielski.
Matt will be recognized at Students Honors on May 14, 2015 and will be included in the commencement program. In addition, Matt’s name will be inscribed on a perpetual plaque in the Dwight Marvin Library.
Thanks to Dr. Bulmer, Matt will receive a check from The Foundation in the amount of $150 for his efforts.
Congratulations to all of our nominees, and thanks to faculty nominators:
Prof. Joshua Kohan – Vaccines and Viruses: From Edward Jenner to the future – English Comp – Nathaniel Ekstorm
Dr. Nowosielski – Dmitri Mendeleev – Chemistry – Angelina Giorgio
Dr. Nowosielski – Fritz Haber – Chemistry – Levi Kelly
Dr. Nowosielski – Scientist Report – Chemistry – Marina Lanaro
Prof. Sessing-Matcha – Culture, Society and Media and its effects on ideal body image – Sociology – Eric Linkowski
Dr. Catone-Matino – Three Roads Down Information Highway An Introduction of Internet Gaming Addiction – Adolescent Psychology – Eric Munshi
Dr. Catone-Matino – Monsters on the Information Highway How cyberbullying through Social Media Impacts the Ability of Teenagers to Establish Healthy Identities – Adolescent Psychology – Eric Munshi
Dr. Nowosielski – Ernest Orlando Lawrence – Chemistry – Andrew Muratorri
Dr. Nowosielski – The Work of James Prescott Joule – Chemistry – Caleb Nasman
Dr. Susan Kayorie – Thaddeau Kosciuszko: Not Just The Twin Bridges Guy – English Comp – Oksana Pawlush
Dr. Nowosielski – DEMOCRITUS: Atomism in the Ancient World – Chemistry – Jacob Peterson
Dr. Nowosielski – Wilhelm Roentgen – Chemistry – Tim Rooney
Prof. Hathaway – Incarcerated Infants: Mothers and Babies in Prison – English Comp – Christine Thompson
Faculty members are encouraged to nominate papers submitted after this year’s deadline (Apr. 24) in consideration for next year’s award.
For more information contact Val Waldin, MRV 141, firstname.lastname@example.org, ext. 7319.