2020 SDSU Student Research Symposium Library Award Winners!
On February 28-29, 2020, San Diego State University hosted the annual Student Research Symposium which provides students an opportunity to share their research via poster and presentation sessions. The SDSU Library provides students with the opportunity to apply for consideration for the Library Award, where students articulate how their research was informed by library collections, services, and/or engaged with library personnel. This year two hundred sixty-six students applied for consideration for the Library Award, with each award application reviewed by a team of librarians to select the finalists. On February 29, 2020, four students were awarded the Library Award and we want to congratulate the following students for their use of library collections, services, and/or interactions with library personnel to inform their research.
2020 SDSU Student Research Symposium (SRS) Library Award Winners
Michelle Harrison, (Speech Language and Hearing Sciences), College of Health and Human Services
Presentation Title: Is Reading Attitude related to Oral Reading ability in Monolingual Vietnamese Speaking Children?
Alec Whitson, (History), College of Arts and Letters
Presentation Title: Yesterday's Brew: Beer and Society in San Diego, 1860 - 1920
Victoria A. Davis, (Psychology), College of Sciences
Presentation Title: Cultural Factors the Influence African American/Black Women's Adherence to Breast Cancer Treatments: A Review of the Literature
Albert Contreras Jr, (History), College of Arts and Letters
Presentation Title: Edna and Lois: A Look at the Lives, Times, and Writings of a Mother and Daughter in National City.
We also want to send our congratulations to all of the 2020 SDSU Student Research Symposium presenters for sharing your research and we look forward to seeing your 2021 Library Award SRS applications!