Chapman alumna Priya Shah (’13 – Double major history and Spanish ) was selected as a co-winner for the 2013 Award Winner in the undergraduate division for the prestigious World History Association/ Phi Alpha Theta Student Paper Prize Award for her paper “Language, Discipline, and Power: The Extirpation of Idolatry in Colonial Peru and Indigenous
On Wednesday, May 8, 2013, two history students were given awards from Leatherby Libraries at the Leatherby Libraries 2013 Student Awards Ceremony. Priya Shah (’13) won First Place for the John and Margaret Class Student Book Collection Contest and Second Place for the Undergraduate Research Prize and Lauren Abel (’13) won Second Place for the
A student researcher double majoring in history and Spanish who traveled to Peru to assist in faculty research and edited the award-winning history journal Voces Novae has been awarded the 2013 Cheverton Award. Priya Shah ’13 is a leader and a scholar, the embodiment of what the Cheverton Award honors, say her mentoring faculty members.
On Friday, April 26, 2013 at the 5th Annual Campus Leadership Awards, Wilkinson College student and PAT President Priya Shah (pictured left to right: Priya Shah, Dr. Cumiford and Erika Aguilar), a History/Spanish double major, was awarded the Cheverton Award for the 2012-13 academic year. The Cheverton Award is presented annually to an outstanding graduating
The faded mosquito bites dotted around Priya Shah’s ankles will disappear, making that particular reminder of her January interterm studies in the Amazonian rain forest a mere memory. “They were huge,” Shah said with a laugh, brushing at her ankles near the end of the spring semester, months since her trip to the Amazon. “But