William Henagan, JS '17, receives a Double Hoo Research Grant

May 21, 2015

Every year the Center for Undergraduate Excellence awards Double Hoo Research Grants to pairs of undergraduate and graduate scholars seeking to collobarate on a joint research project. William Henagan, JS ‘17, and Benjamin Davison, a fifth-year History Ph.D. candidate, were one of six pairs at the University to receive this prestigious award. Read about their research efforts here.



William Henagan

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