Gabrielle Fernandopulle and Keturah Gadson are 2021 Fulton Award Winners for Best Theses in Sociology

May 25, 2021
The Albert M. Fulton, A.B.1897 prize was established in 1977. This prize is awarded annually to the senior who submits the best thesis “judged by its contents,” research methods, “and literary expression, in the field of . . . sociology." Gabrielle, advised by PhD Candidate Ethan Raker, was honored for her thesis, entitled: "HIDDEN DIVERSITY DISPARITIES IN ELITE COLLEGE ATHLETICS: RACE, BELONGING, AND THE PURPOSE OF SPORTS IN THE IVY LEAGUE." Keturah, advised by PhD Candidate Nicolette Bardele and Dr. Aaliyah El-Amin, was honored for her thesis, ""AT WHAT A COST!:” A MIXED METHODS ANALYSIS OF THE RACIAL IDEAS BLACK STUDENTS LEARNED FROM THEIR U.S. HIGH SCHOOLS ." Congratulations!