Yen Tran Wins the 2012 Library Prize!
Yen will receive a $500 award for her winning entry. She completed the winning paper for her Undergraduate Research Fellowship under Dr. James Masterson in the Department of Government & Regional Analysis.
Yen Tran grew up in Hanoi, Vietnam, graduating from a Vietnamese high school in 2011. She received the Honors Scholarship from Morehead State University and is now pursuing a degree in Economics. Having high interest in international studies, Yen plans to pursue a second major in Government and a minor in International Studies. As a freshman, she did two projects focusing on the U.S. – China relationship and Vietnam’s Economic Reform. She has presented the two papers at several conferences in various levels (state, regional and national). In the future, she plans to expand her research in the Asian regions to other political and economic aspects, under two mentors: Dr. James Masterson and Dr. Ali Ahmadi. Yen hopes to get a law degree and an MBA degree after graduating from Morehead State University.
Yen is presented her winner's certificate and $500 check
by Ray Bailey, Chair of the Prize Advisory Committee.
Yen is congratulated by her faculty sponsor, Dr. James Masterson.
About the Prize
The Camden-Carroll Library Prize for Undergraduate Research rewards quality use of library resources in the scholarly writing process.