Austin Koslowlski receives 2012 Eita Krom Prize


By eshelman
Aug 01, 2012 Bookmark and Share

Austin Koslowski, a rising Sociology senior in our honors program, received the Eita Krom Prize (for best paper written by an undergraduate) for his paper, "Living in Modernity", which he wrote for Dr. Krippner's SOC 505 theory course. Living in Modernity is a critical analysis of Weber's and Durkeim's theoretical perspectives on modernity.

Congratulations Austin!