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Deborah Mack, 2019 Nellie Thompson Rudd Award Recipient
Endowed by University of Delaware’s past president E. Arthur Trabant in honor of his mother, the annual Nellie Thompson Rudd Award acknowledges a graduating senior with a major or minor in Women & Gender Studies, who has demonstrated excellence in scholarship, leadership and service to the Department of Women & Gender Studies and to the University of Delaware.
2021 Nellie Thompson Rudd Award was presented to Sophia Kekai Smith, graduating with majors in Women
& Gender Studies and Biological Sciences. After graduation, Sophia plans to
attend medical school and pursue a career as a physician, while incorporating social justice advocacy into her work.
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Kelly James (L) and Nat Veiga, 2019 Graduates
The Kathleen Doherty Turkel Award for Social
Justice Activism was established to honor the work of Dr. Turkel, who retired
from the Department of Women & Gender Studies after 35 years of teaching at
the University of Delaware, where she has been an inspirational teacher and
mentor to thousands of students. The
Award is presented to a student majoring in Women
& Gender Studies in recognition of their social justice activism on campus
or in the larger community.
The 2021 The Kathleen Doherty Turkel Award for Social
Justice Activism was presented to Laurel Della Valle, graduating with Bachelor’s degrees in
Women & Gender Studies and Sociology, with a Concentration in Domestic Violence
Prevention and Services. After graduation, Laurel plans to take time to work and gain experience before attending graduate school to earn a Master's degree in social work.