Check out all of UT’s current and past winners at The Undergraduate Awards.
These students placed above all submissions in their category and were named the Global Winner.
|2020||Maya Bian||Neoliberalism and the Burden Narrative: A Case Study in a Private Long-Term Care Facility in Northeastern China||Sociology and Social Policy|
|2019||Juhi Patel||Applying Modern Immunology to the Plague of Ancient Athens||Classical Studies & Archaeology|
|2017||Alexandra Brito||Effects of Language Immersion on Advanced French Learners||Language & Linguistics|
These students placed above all submissions in their category for the North American Region.
|2019||Pete Paueksakon||Towards Fibrous Architecture||Architecture & Design|
|2019||Tyler Hounshell||Ecosystem Services of Urban Tree Canopy||Earth & Environmental Science|
|2017||Sierra Roark||Wood Charcoal Analysis from Coan Hall||Classical Studies and Archaeology|
These students placed in the Top 10% of their category worldwide.
|2020||Morgan Steckler||Understanding convective mode as a predictor for warnings, issue hours and lead times||Earth & Environmental Sciences|
|2019||Dara Carney-Nedelman||AUIRTROSAI (Acronym Usage in ROTC: The Relationship of Socialization and Identification)||Psychology|
|2019||William White||How Not to Read: The Nazis’ Appropriation of ‘The Merchant of Venice‘||Literature|
|2018||Siori Koerner||Schoolgirls, Future Wives, and Rockstar Lives: Reconciliation and Resistance in Shoujo Manga||Literature|
|2017||Rachel Hunt||Herbaria||Architecture & Design|
|2016||Duncan Cordry||A Defense of the Timing Objection to Substance Causation||Philosophy|
|2015||Christopher Reese||Classical Studies & Archaeology|
|2015||Caroline Darlington||Nursing & Midwifery|