The ALURA was established to reward those students who demonstrate thoughtfulness and creativity in their approach to research and information gathering and whose work exhibits significant inquiry using library resources, collections, and services.

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Submissions from 2017

Sound Over Troubled Waters: Noise Pollution in Prek Toal, Cambodia, Amy Whetter

Submissions from 2016

The Need for a Neutral Speaking Period in the Trier Social Stress Test, Sarah Grimley

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The American (Birth): A Valuable Pain, Ellen Holt

Submissions from 2015

The Exploration of Literary Waters: The Atlantic World in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Imagination, Ashley Robles

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Disease and Unrest: The Demise of the Iranian Monarchy, Mary Simms

Submissions from 2014

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Musical Mixes of "Classical" India and The West: Exploring Novel Styles, Mounika Parimi

Submissions from 2013

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Bridging the Divide: A comparative analysis of the feminist movement in Turkey and the United States, Alexandra Bollella

Submissions from 2012

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Predictors of Language Growth in Bilingual Infants (Honorable Mention), Stephanie Grasso

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And Then There Were None: A Comparative Analysis of Anglophone Displacement of Indigenous Populations in California and South Africa, Bernadette Magallanes

Submissions from 2011

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Making Makeup Respectable: Cosmetics Advertising During the Great Depression, Danielle Wetmore

Submissions from 2010

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"From: Hell, with Love" The Role of the Délog Tradition in Tibetan Buddhism, Sommer Disante

Submissions from 2009

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A Depth Study of Buck v. Bell, 274. U.S. 200, Sierra Powell