The Celebration of Student Scholarship is an annual event held on the NMU campus to celebrate the scholarship and creativity of both undergraduate and graduate students in all disciplines. Students share their work with the NMU and Marquette communities by presenting posters or art installations, delivering oral presentations, and submitting essays.

All winners--Essay contest, Library/Archives Research Award, and poster winners--are featured in NMU Commons and recognized at the Celebration of Student Scholarship. This page also contains the contributions of Freshman Fellows and McNair Scholars who participated in the event. Those programs exist to give undergraduates research experience.

***Due to Covid, there were no Celebration award winners in 2020, and all entries were submitted as Voicethread media files.***

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2020

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Cuban Motivations for Sustainability: A Historical and Environmental Case Study of Permaculture in Eastern Cuba in the Face of Climate Change Impacts, Isabelle Tavares (McNair Scholars' Project)

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Accelerated Western Blotting Lab for Biochemistry I Laboratory Curriculum, Katie Hayes (Freshman Fellows' Project)

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At Water's Edge: Why Bangladesh Needs a Legal Definition of "Climate Refugee", Grace Freitag, Emily Hautzinger, Skye Jarskey, and Caitlin Sternberg (McNair Scholars' Project)

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Discourse in the Secondary Math and Science Classroom, Lily VandenLangenberg (Freshman Fellows' Project)

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Effects of Planning and Reflection on College Students Well-being and Self-efficacy, Lillie Moaier, Jessica Penhale, Makayla Kunde, and Emily Ramel (McNair Scholars' Project)

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Got Guts?: A Morphological Assessment of Migratory Waterfowl Digestive Anatomy, Robert Ort, Grace Freitag, and Julia Soma (McNair Scholars' Project)

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The Evaluation of Emotional Images is Related to Individual Differences in Anxiety and Stress, Analise Osgood and Maddie Voltz (Freshman Fellows' Project)

2019

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Antecedents of Workplace Deviance, Taylor Harder (Essay Winner)

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The Underground Railroad in the Upper Peninsula, Emily Wros (Library/Archives Research Award)