Three from School of Education honored at 2023 Chancellor’s Undergraduate Awards Ceremony

The 2023 Chancellor’s Undergraduate Awards Ceremony on May 1 honored 158 students for their academic excellence, public service, and undergraduate research at UW–Madison. Among these, three are pursuing degrees in the School of Education.

“This ceremony serves as an opportunity to celebrate our tremendously talented undergraduates,” Chancellor Jennifer Mnookin said in a written greeting shared with the audience. “From music to neurobiology and from computer engineering to Spanish — your interests represent every corner of UW–Madison and you embody what it means to be a Badger.”

Kylie Hollenstein and Mahika Mohan, both who are pursuing a major in education studies in the School of Education’s Department of Educational Policy Studies, were awarded Hilldale Undergraduate/Faculty Research Fellowships, including a $3,000 research stipend. Hollenstein’s project is titled, “Conservation of the Past and Present on Hilton Head Island,” and Mohan’s is named, “Children’s Regulation of Peers’ Bias: Preliminary Validation of a New Storybook-Based Intervention.”

Amber Mans, a student in the Art Department, received a Sophomore Research Fellowship, which includes a $2,500 stipend. Mans’ project, advised by visiting Art Department artist Brett Swenson, is titled, “Mold Blown Glass: Materials, Their Qualities, and Efficiency in Production.”

Read about all of this year’s award recipients and honorable mentions, here.

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