Last spring Isaac Klimasmith, a member of the 2017 DDCSP U of M cohort, was the second-place recipient of the Friends of the Wesleyan Library’s third annual Undergraduate Research Prize. His paper, titled “Waters in the Wilderness and Rivers in the Desert: Irrigation Myths in the History of Early Mormon Agriculture,” explores the intersection of religion and land management in Utah agriculture. Click here to read more about Issac’s essay. Well done, Isaac!
2017 Scholar Recipient of Second Place Undergraduate Research Prize
September 12, 2019