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Mallorie Clark Wins Undergraduate Research Day Award

May 1, 2009

Graduating senior Mallorie Clark, a History Teacher Certification major, won the Second Place Prize for her Undergraduate Research Day presentation about her research on "Testing the Model of Loyalist Support: The Battle of King's Mountain, 1780," Centennial Honors College Director Dr. Bill Knox announced. Ms. Clark's poster presentation, entered in the Senior Poster Presentation competition, was based on her undergraduate honors thesis research, which was mentored by Dr. Virginia Jelatis, Associate Professor of History, and was supported in part by Undergraduate Research Grants from College of Arts and Sciences and the Department of History.

Ms. Clark is the History Department's Department Scholar this Spring, as well as the College Scholar for the Centennial Honors College. She will graduate summa cum laude and serve as one of the eight marshals at this Spring's Commencement Ceremony.

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