C. Margaret Hall Senior Thesis Award
The C. Margaret Hall Senior Thesis Award
The C. Margaret Hall Senior Thesis Award for the outstanding thesis goes to the graduating senior whose thesis, in the opinion of the Sociology faculty, displays an outstanding research design and methodology; high-quality writing; strong analytical skills; and a notable contribution to sociological knowledge.
The winner is chosen by the faculty, who are given the opportunity to read all senior theses and vote. The majority winner is chosen, and the award is presented at the annual Senior Thesis Dinner.
The Senior Thesis Award Winners
2019: Aaron Ray Weinmann
Anticipating Death: A Strict Religious Adherence’s Impacts On the Perception of Death
2018: Garet Williams
Community in Diversity: Social and Cultural Capital and the Coherence of Low Income First Generation Students as a Community at Georgetown University
2017: Victoria Efetevbia
Black Undergraduate Students’ Experiences with Menstruation at Georgetown University
2016: Michael Crozier
The Great Glass Ceiling: An Analysis of Low-Income Schools in Washington, D.C. and College Readiness