Jessica Farrell Wins the 2013 Library Prize!
Jessica Farrell has won the 2013 Camden-Carroll Library Prize for Undergraduate Research. Jessica will receive a $500 award for her winning entry. She wrote the winning paper for her FYS101 Course, "Of Plagues and People," taught by Dr. Janelle Hare.
Jessica Farrell grew up in Ashland, Kentucky, and graduated from Boyd County High School in 2012. She received the Honors Scholarship from Morehead State University and is pursuing a double major in Mathematics and History, with a minor in International Studies. This summer, Jessica is planning on studying abroad in China with Dr. James Masterson. Jessica is unsure of the exact direction of her studies, but she is interested in both the United States Government and foreign affairs and plans on enrolling in either a masters or PhD program after graduating from Morehead State University.
Jessica is presented her winner's certificate and $500 check
by Ray Bailey, Chair of the Prize Judging Committee.
Jessica is congratulated by her faculty sponsor, Dr. Janelle Hare.
About the Prize
The Camden-Carroll Library Prize for Undergraduate Research rewards quality use of library resources in the scholarly writing process.