Political Science Students Win Thesis Awards

Political Science Students Win Thesis Awards

Congratulations to these undergraduate students for their thesis being selected for awards:

Paterno Fellow Humanities Honors Thesis Award:

Ryan Insley, Philosophy, Political Sceience, and Englis; Minor in Rhetoric-“The Case for Neutrality: A Rhetorical Analysis of Justice Anthony M. Kennedy’s Opinion for Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission”


Paterno Fellows Social Sciences Honors Thesis Award:

O’Neill Kennedy, International Politics; Minors in German and Russian-“Russian Interference in Abkhazia and South Ossetia: An Analysis”

Nichole Tesoriero, International Politics and Chinese- “Aid to Women’s Empowerment Efforts as an Approach to Counterterrorism: A Time-Series Analysis”


Pi Sigma Alpha “Mike Gilotti” Best Thesis Award:

Hannah Petruzzi, Political Science

Katherine Bartuska, International Politics


Center for Global Studies Thesis Prize Award:

Katherine Bartuska, International Politics