Library Research Prize Deadline 4/16
Please encourage your undergraduate AND graduate students to apply for the Library Research Prize by mentioning the award in class or sending individual students a message. DEADLINE for applications is this Friday April 16th. See below for more information about the LRP and our selection criteria.
The Library Research Prize recognizes exemplary scholarship through effective research strategies and demonstrated use of the library’s resources, services, and staff. There are two $1,000 prizes, one for undergraduate students and one for graduate students. Individual students or teams must submit a 500-700 word essay (about their research strategies and use of library tools and resources), a bibliography, and their research project (or a draft) from a Fairfield University credit course from Summer 2020, Fall 2020, Winter Intersession, or Spring 2021 by April 16th 2021. Part of the student’s application also includes a statement of faculty support, which is due by April 21st. Faculty will receive an automatically generated email from the submission portal as soon as their student applies, which prompts responses to several questions about the student’s research and process in relation to following criteria.
LIBRARY RESEARCH PRIZE SELECTION CRITERIA
Research projects should demonstrate:
Please keep in mind that work done as a formal collaboration with a faculty member or other non-student researcher, or research commissioned by an organization or business is not eligible. For more information about eligibility, judging, and frequently asked questions, please refer to the Library Research Prize website: Fairfield.edu/libprize or contact Barbara Ghilardi, Assessment Librarian at email@example.com
Related Web Site : https://www.fairfield.edu/library/about/researchprize/index.html
For more information, contact Barbara Ghilardi / 4206 / firstname.lastname@example.org