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2009 Program
2009 Abstracts
"An Underground View"
2009 Student Awards


 

 
The WMU Student Competition for the Best Award/Art on Civilization – 2009

Organized by Western Michigan University and the International Society for the Comparative Study of Civilizations (www.wmich.edu/iscsc/students)

Students’ Forum on Civilization – 2009
2009 WMU 100 Future Leaders

List of Awarded WMU Students – 2009 and Procedures

AWARDS:

Graduate College
PhD Student
Richard Seim, The New Enlightenment: The Age of Consilience in the Sciences
$500

College of Arts and Sciences
Undergraduate
John Chrisman , Climate Change And Societies’ Choice
john.d.christman@wmich.edu
$350

Graduate
Lyudmyla Pustelnyk, The Orange Civil Society Or The Orange Social Movement? The Case Study of Ukrainian Revolution Of 2004
lpustelnyk@yahoo.com
$500

Engineering College
Undergraduate
Steven Srivastava, Carbon Credits And The Global Trading Market
steven.k.srivastava@wmich.edu
$350

Benjamin Roush, Viable Solutions For Sustainable Urban Water Systems
benjamin.t.roush@wmich.edu
$250

Haworth College of Business
Graduate
Carrie McDonald Swift, Barack Obama: A Prospect for a New Enlightenment or Just another Superstar CEO?
deshea1@aol.com
$500

Michael Kreutzjans, Credit Crisis Demystified
MichaelKreutzjans@gmail.com
$250

College of Education
PhD Student
Masashi Izumi, The Dream of Middle-aged Educational Leader
masashi.izumi@wmich.edu
$500

PROCEDURES:

Every awarded student will receive:

  1. Financial award per undergraduate and graduate (paper presentation is required)
    • First Place - $350 - $500
    • Second Place - $250
    • Third Place $200
  2. A plaque
  3. A podium to present his/her paper on June 7 at the Fetzer Center at the Putney Lecture Hall, Powerpoint presentation is required (see the Program www.wmich.edu/iscsc)
  4. Conference Proceedings with her/his paper published
  5. Invitation (at no cost):
    • Participation in the full Conference in June 3-7, 2009 at the Fetzer Center (see the Program at www.wmich.edu/iscsc)
    • Banquet on June 5 at the Fetzer Center and on June 7 in Saugatuck(see the Program at www.wmich.edu/iscsc)
    • June 7 – breakfast and lunch at the Fetzer Center
  6. Invitation to be a member of the ISCSC (application at the website) at student rates

Awards will be provided after each student’s presentation on June 7, 2009 at the Fetzer Center in the Putney Lecture Hall.

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SUNDAY June 7

Program
Student Paper Presentations
Fetzer Center, Putney Lecture Hall

8:30 - 9:00 AM Breakfast

College of Arts & Sciences
9:00-9:20 John Chrisman , Climate Change And Societies’ Choice
9:30-9:50 Lyudmyla Pustelnyk, The Orange Civil Society Or The Orange Social Movement? The Case Study of Ukrainian Revolution Of 2004.

Engineering College
10:00-10:20 Steve Srivastava, Carbon Credits And The Global Trading Market
10:30-10:50 Benjamin Roush, Viable Solutions For Sustainable Urban Water Systems

Haworth College of Business
11:00-11:20 Michael Kreutzjans, Credit Crisis Demystified
11:30-11:50 Carrie McDonald Swift, Barack Obama: A Prospect for a New Enlightenment or Just another Superstar CEO?

12 Noon-1:00 PM Lunch

Graduate College
1:00-1:20 PM Richard Seim, The New Enlightenment: The Age of Consilience in the Sciences.

Education College
1:30-1:50 PM Masashi Izumi, The Dream of Middle-aged Educational Leader

2:00 PM International Conference is adjourned

 
 
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