Paper Winners

Student Paper Competition Winners

Alpha Kappa Delta is proud to announce the 2012 Undergraduate and Graduate paper competition winners.

Undergraduate Student Winners

First Place:
Jeremy Carp, Macalester College
“Fermented Origins: The Emergence of State-Level
Alcoholic Beverage Regulation in the Post-Prohibition Era, 1933-1935"

Second Place: Diego Melo, Macalester College
“Toward a Theory of Peripheral Welfare Development:
Social Policy Legislation in Brazil, Colombia and Venezuela”

Third Place: Jared Perkins, Abilene Christian University
“Congregations in Community- The Effect of Location on the
Social Welfare Outreach of American Congregations”

Graduate Student Winners

First Place: Alex Thompson, University of Colorado at Boulder
“Sometimes, I think I might say too much”:
Dark Secrets and the Performance of Inflammatory Bowel Disease”

Second Place: Michael Gaddis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
“Discrimination in the Credential Society:
An Audit Study of Race and College Selectivity in the Labor Market”

Third Place: Daniel Gray, New Mexico State University
“Identity, Invisibility, and a Legacy of Trauma:
Shaping the Narrative of the Contemporary American Indian/Alaska Native Experience”

Thank you to all of those who submitted papers to this year's competition. We had a total of 47 undergraduate and 12 graduate papers submitted this year.

A special thanks goes out to our undergraduate and graduate paper competition committees!


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