Inez Bell Caskey Student Scholar Awards
Undergraduate researchers in the College of Arts and Sciences are eligible for the Inez Bell Caskey Student Scholar Awards. The funding for these awards was generously given in 2009 by Dr. Thomas Caskey in honor of his mother, who graduated from Winthrop University in 1930. The Caskey Awards are given each year in three categories: social sciences, science and math, and humanities and arts. The award recipients are selected by a faculty committee during a highly competitive process. Winners are chosen based on the quality of their scholarship and the significance of the work to the student's discipline.
2013-2014 Humanities: Alexander Muller
2013-2014 Social Sciences: Kayla Davis
2013-2014 Science and Mathematics: Emili Price
2012-2013 Humanities: Joseph Giordano
2012-2013 Social Sciences: Brittney Black
2012-2013 Science and Mathematics: Hannah Swan
2011-2012 Humanities: Cayla Eagon
2011-2012 Social Sciences: Allison Howard
2011-2012 Science and Mathmatics: Nicole Wesselschmidt
2010-2011 Humanities: Dylan Phillips
2010-2011 Social Sciences: Lilah Campbell
2010-2011 Science and Mathmatics: Lyndsey Powell
The Janice Chastain Houk Award for Undergraduate Research
The Janice Chastain Houk Award for Undergraduate Research was created in 2007 by her husband and sons to honor her life and memory. Two rewards are presented annually, one to a Biology student and one to a Political Science student.