Putting the Internet into perspective.
Berglund Center Award for Excellence in Internet Research, also called Senior Capstone Award, is awarded to senior's research project that examines the impact of the Internet.
Berglund Center is in need of senior capstone instructor help to identify notable students for this award. This award will be presented to one outstanding senior student who produces a capstone or research paper on the topic of the internet and the impact it has.
The student will be awarded $250 and will have their final paper published on Interface, Berglund Center's online electronic journal. In addition, award recipients will be recognized in the Annual Berglund Center Awards Reception in May.
Only 10 candidates will be chosen, and their Senior Capstone presentation and projects will be viewed and evaluated. In the end, one lucky senior will be picked as the recipient.
Interested applicants must have their recommendation form filled out. Completed applications and forms should be dropped in the UC Box A11, or brought to Berglund Hall LL17.
The deadline is April 1, 2012. We also request faculty members to contribute by finding students who may be interested or qualified for this award.
Julia Naumes (2012-2013)
Use of Technology in Occupational Therapy Rehabilitation from an Elderly Perspective
Amy Jones, Kelsey Major, Melissa Preston, Aimee Stanaland, Yangyang Teng (2011-2012)
Technology and Literacy in Early Childhood Education: Senior Project College of Education, Pacific University 2012
Nicole Nowlin (2010-2011)
Boys Love Manga in Japan
Jennifer Conner (2009-2010)
Journalism's Aversion to an Evolving News Media
Max Russell (2009-2010)
Cepheus: a Browser Rogue-Like RPG
Samantha Richards (2008-2009)
Boxercast: Creating Web Video Broadcasts for The Pacific Index