Savannah Sisk wins Raoul Wallenberg Humanitarian Award


Apr 26, 2013 Bookmark and Share

Graduating Senior Savannah Sisk has been awarded the 2013 Raoul Wallenberg Award for the best honors thesis on a topic of humanitarian significance.  For her excellent thesis, ""It Was a Moral Battle in Me”: The Paradoxical Perspectives of Self-Identified Nondisabled Persons on Understanding and Interacting with Visibly Disabled Persons", Savannah will receive a $1500 prize and a certificate signed by the Dean of the College and the President of the University.

Savannah's thesis advisor is Dr. David Schoem and the Sociology Honors Advisor is Professor Karin Martin.

Congratulations Savannah!