Dr. Martin J. Siegel Prize
for Excellence in Student Research
The Martin Siegel Prize is awarded annually to the Kean University History Major who best exhibits excellence in Historical Writing and Research through achievement in the History Senior Seminar. Students are nominated by the History Faculty who then select the winning candidate. The Martin Siegel Prize was established by Adrienne Siegel in honor of her late husband, who taught in the Kean University History Department for 40 years.
The award is for an original work of historical scholarship by a student and will be awarded annually--See Dr. Jonathan Mercantini for details. firstname.lastname@example.org
2015 - Michael Carter - for his work on the use of the term 'genocide.'
2013 - Jonathan Lestrange - for his work on the historiograhy of the holocaust.
2012 - Joshua Robinson - for his work on the historiography of the sexuality of the composer Franz Schubert.
2011 - Christina Santoro for her work on the historiography of Feminism and the family unit.
2010 - Kyle Dunich for his work on the French Enlightenment.
2009 - Cynthia M. Fragale, winner of the first Siegel Prize for Excellence in Researching and Writing