This spring, the Alumni Council's Committee on Academic Programs for Alumni (CAPA) recognized and showcased the work of three distinguished graduate students with the 2014 Emerging Alumni Scholars Award Program. This annual presentation is designed to share with alumni some of the best doctoral research being conducted at the University and is generously supported by Labyrinth Books.

View each scholar's video introduction and studio presentation by selecting the corresponding link below.

The 2014 Emerging Alumni Scholars Award Recipients are:

Hannah-Louise Clark, History of Science

Presentation Title: Doctoring the Bled: Medical Auxiliaries, Therapeutic Modernities, and the Administration of Rural Life in Colonial Algeria

View 3-minute video introduction
View 15-minute studio presentation

Jennifer Peterson, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Presentation Title: More than Just Carriers: How Chagas Disease Affects the Insect that Spreads it

View 3-minute video introduction
View 15-minute studio presentation

Daniel Quinn, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Presentation Title: Should Swimming Robots be Flexible?

View 3-minute video introduction
View 15-minute studio presentation


Video Archive

Please visit the Emerging Alumni Scholars video archive to view research presentations by past years' honorees.