2016 WGST Research and Service Award Winners
Kaitlyn Marie Underwood (known as artist Kyle M. Hooten), Ashlee Smith, Carmen Gray, and LaTisha Oliver were the 2016 for the WGST Research and Service Award winners.
Kaitlyn Marie Underwood (known as artist Kyle M. Hooten) won the Women’s and Gender Studies Graduate Research and Project Competition Award for the sculpture project: “Gender and Sexual Minorities.”
Ashlee Smith won the Women’s and Gender Studies Undergraduate Research and Project Competition Award for the research paper in Cultural Geography: “’Culture of Homosexuality in the United States.”
The Linda Rohrer Paige Award for Service in Women’s and Gender Studies was awarded to two students, because of their extraordinary service to both the local and the global communities. Carmen Gray (major: English and minor: Arabic) and LaTisha Oliver (graduate student, Public Health) received the award for their outstanding service.