Savannah Sisk wins 2013 Eita Krom Undergraduate Writing Prize


Jun 18, 2013 Bookmark and Share

Undergraduate student Savannah Sisk has been awarded the 2013 Eita Krom Undergraduate Writing Prize for her paper "It was a Moral Battle in Me" which she wrote for the SOC 499 class in Winter 2013.

Eita Krom, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Krom from Iron River, Michigan, earned a B.A. in sociology at the University of Michigan in May 1923. On August 17, 1923, she and three of her friends were involved in a fatal auto-train collision. To honor Eita’s memory, her family endowed the Eita Krom Prize, annually awarded by the department for the best paper on a sociological topic written by an LSA junior or senior.

Congratulations Savannah!