Lang Prize Winners

Michael Montgomery

1st place in Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Gary Snyder’s Pleistocene Environmentalism

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Isabelle Guerrero

2nd place in Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Exploring the Historic Use of Animal Traps in the Andes and their Lasting Effects on the Vicuña

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Susana Barron

3rd place in Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Atomic No. 17: Downplaying the Insidious Effects of Chlorine-Bleach-Containing Products in the Cleaning Industry

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Jessica Macaluso

1st place in Science, Engineering & Math

The Biological Basis for Alzheimer’s Disease

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Vincent Pan

2nd place in Science, Engineering & Math

Recent Advances in Elucidating the Function of Zebra Stripes: Parasite Avoidance and Thermoregulation Do Not Resolve the Mystery

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Tara Allison

3rd place in Science, Engineering & Math

Potential Need for a New Mobile Medical Clinic to Provide ACE-Related Care to the Sacramento County for At-Risk Pediatric Populations

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Stephen Fujimoto

First-Year Undergraduate

“Ok Boomer” from the Perspective of Father-Son Dynamics in Myth

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Julia Betchart

Julia Betchart

1st place in Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Caduceus and the Cross: The Influence of Evangelical Christianity on Health Practices in the American South, 1800-1860

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Megan West

Megan West

2nd place in Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Bertha Mason and the Politics of Feeling

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Angelika Joseph

3rd place in Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Botta to Snøhetta; Cultural Changes between the 1990s and 2010s

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Samvardhini Sridharan

Samvardhini Sridharan

1st place in Science, Engineering & Math

Early Breast Cancer Detection via Novel Radiomics Techniques and Ultrasonography

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Janaé Bonnell

Janae Bonnell

2nd place in Science, Engineering & Math

Disparities in Cancer Incidence and Mortality on Native American Reservations

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Nicholas Garaffo

Nicholas Garaffo

2nd place in Science, Engineering & Math

CD47-SIRPα Pathway as a Target for Cancer Therapeutics

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Hannah Wang

First-Year Undergraduate

Kids in the Basement: Space and Virtuality in American and South Korean Esports

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Grant Rosinko

1st place in Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Homoeroticism in the Early Ottoman Empire

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Sammy Carey

2nd place in Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

The Tripartite American Judiciary: The Influence of Rome’s Mixed Constitution Upon the Founding Fathers

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Shelbie Condie

2nd place in Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Hold Your Horses, It’s Just an Adaptation

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Janice Leung

1st place in Science, Engineering & Math

Recent Advances in Nanoparticle-Based Cancer Drug Delivery

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Megan Haugland

2nd place in Science, Engineering & Math

Other Options Do Exist: A Review of Access to Long Acting Reversible Contraceptives

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Amanda Dao

3rd place in Science, Engineering & Math

Literature Review: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder as a Physical Injury

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Brian Wright

Brian Wright

1st place in Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Southern Whigs, a “British Conspiracy,” and the Annexation of Texas

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Funke Aderonmu

Funke Aderonmu

2nd place in Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

A Conflict of Interests: Revisiting Development Assistance Committee Members’ Tied Aid Policy Post 2001

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Harley Wong

Harley Wong

3rd place in Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Shot by the Western Gaze: National Geographic’s Construction of the Orient

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Elizabeth Chan

Elizabeth Chan

1st place in Science, Engineering & Math

All Because of a Cup of Qahwah

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Arianna Stokes

Arianna Stokes

2nd place in Science, Engineering & Math

Genetic Insights into the Biogeography and Evolutionary History of the Killer Whale

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Brooke Robinson

Brooke Robinson

3rd place in Science, Engineering & Math

State of the Field Analysis: Contraceptive Methods & Research

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