April 4, 2013

Two College of Arts and Humanities students won at the Graduate Research Forum, which was held this past Tuesday. Leah DeLorenzo, a M.A. student in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), won in the Social Sciences Category for her thesis research titled “Parental Beliefs and Attitudes on Enrollment in a Dual Language Program at an Elementary School”. The chair of her thesis research is Dr. Kerry Purmensky.

Sarika Joshi, a M.A. student in History, won for her thesis research titled “Editing Florida: Editorial Influence in the Florida Historical Quarterly and the Production of “Legitimate” Knowledge”. Daniel Murphree served as her mentor and Drew Fedorka was her co-author.