In addition to being honored as the recipient of the Angell Award for best undergraduate thesis in Sociology, Karina was most recently awarded First Prize in the Blue Award category for Multi-Term Projects in the 6th Annual U-M Library Undergraduate Research Award

Karina's thesis, Effects of Disorder on Fear of Crime, Perceived Risk of Victimization, and Constrained Social Behavior, was praised as a "well-researched project" which Jeffery Morenoff, her faculty thesis advisor, described as, "...quite simply the most remarkable piece of research that any undergraduate student I have worked with has produced."

Check out Karina's new story and the other award winners on the Library's Undergraduate Research Award website.

Congratulations, Karina!