Guidelines can be found at http://www.fairfield.edu/libprize.
The deadline for submission is Monday, April 22.
Are you working on a great research paper or project this? Or did you or your group complete a research paper or project last semester that you are particularly proud of? If so, please consider submitting the paper or project for the Library Research Prize.
Examples of a research project include assignments that require primary and/or secondary sources such as a literary criticism paper, a capstone project, a marketing plan for a company done by your group, an Art History poster, an economic analysis paper and MORE.
The goal of the Library Prize is to recognize the very best undergraduate or graduate research projects. It will focus on projects that show evidence of (1) extensive use of library services, resources and collections, and (2) significant knowledge in the methods of research and the information-gathering process.
There are separate categories and prizes for graduates and undergraduates.
The winner will be awarded $250 and bragging rights! The deadline for submission is Monday, April 22. A draft of the research project is acceptable if the final version is not completed by April 22.
More information and guidelines can be found at http://www.fairfield.edu/libprize. Contact Jackie Kremer at email@example.com with any questions.