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HPU Students Win Big at Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society Competition

HPU students won seven prizes at the Saturday, April 9, Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference. Congratulations to HPU students Cidney Hopkins, Mary Terry, David Arteaga, Michael Wong, Troy Howell, Maile Sufak, and Thabiso Mutumhe!

 

BEST UNDERGRADUATE PAPER 

Winner: Cidney Hopkins from HPU for “A State of Ruins: Cultural Heritage Destruction in Mali” 

 

HERBERT F. MARGULIES PRIZE (American History) 

Winner: Mary Terry from HPU for “Donald Duck Diplomacy: American Cultural Diplomacy in Latin America” 

Honorable Mention: David Arteaga De Santiago from HPU for “Zoot Suiters: A Pachuco Report US history LA race” 

 

FRITZ REHBOCK PRIZE (science, discovery, technology, maritime history) 

Winner: Maile Sufak from HPU for “Should bitcoin be adopted as a national currency” 

 

ROBERT E. MCGLONE BIOGRAPHY PRIZE 

Winner: Michael Wong from HPU for “Geisel the Ever So Propagandist” 

 

MARC JASON GILBERT PRIZE (global conflicts/search for peace) 

Winner: Troy Howell from HPU for “Cultural Diplomacy and Détente: How Collaboration Cooled off the Cold War” 


GFWC WOMEN'S HISTORY PRIZE 

Winner: Thabiso Mutumhe from HPU for “The Case Against Interpol”

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