Matthew Solomon and Vincent Longo's UROP Students Win Blue Ribbon of Excellence Award
On Wednesday, April 18. 2018, Vincent Longo and Matthew Solomon's UROP students won a "Blue Ribbon of Excellence" at the UROP Spring Research Symposium for their project entitled "Making a 21st-Century Archive: Orson Welles's HEART OF DARKNESS." The award is only given to a select group of projects during each of the poster sessions during the symposium. The award was specifically given for the work done by the “Anti-fascism in Hollywood” group, Brooke Erlich and Darby Stipe and led by Elijah Segraves. This is their project’s second Blue Ribbon in a row.
The award-winning students are as follows (pictured from left to right, back row): Danielle Williams, Brianna Kucharski, Darby Stipe, Brooke Erlich, Alexandra Niforos, Rachel Byrum (front row) Erin Ringel, Sydney Simoncini, (Vincent Longo, mentor), Elijah Segraves, and Jordan Stanton.
Congratulations to all of you!