This is a college-wide award and students from all disciplines are encouraged to apply.
To be considered for the medal, please contact David P. Voorhees CURAR Awards Chair.
Past Award Recipients
- 2018 Brittany Perolla
- 2017 Benjamin Rodgers
- 2016 Eileen Ploetz
- 2015 Mitchell Lucas
- 2014 Samantha Furco
- 2013 Lindsey Forcione, CNY Vitals Research
- 2012 Andrew Lunetta, Pedal to Possibilities
- 2011 Adrienne Canino
- 2010 Eileen Micaroni
- 2009 Clinton Smith, GIS Greenbelt Analysis: Building a Greenbelt in Syracuse
- 2008 Sara Stebner, "An Examination of the Relationship between Mental Illness and Criminal Activity in a Sample of Onondaga County Offenders: A Diathesis-Stress Approach"
- 2007 Jamie Gartner, "A Comparison of Schools in Rome, Italy and Central New York"
- 2006 April Roberts, "An Evaluation Plan for the Syracuse Middle School Choice Program"
- 2006 Maria Paino, "The Impact of Digital Divide Remediation on Income and Public Assistance"
- Student must be a graduating senior.
- Student must participate in research that is applied to urban and regional issues (i.e. basic research, needs assessment, policy analysis, program evaluation).
- The research must include a written or otherwise tangible product which can be reviewed. It must be original scholarly work.
- The student must engage in a public presentation of this work.
- The research and product may be co-authored with faculty and/or other students and community members.
- A recommendation from the supervising faculty member (mentor, co-author etc.) must be submitted along with the finished product to the Urban and Regional Scholars Committee for review by the publicized deadline.