UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT LIBRARY RESEARCH AWARD
The J. Eugene Smith Library
2016 Undergraduate Student Library Research Award
The J. Eugene Smith Library at Eastern Connecticut State University announces the sixth annual undergraduate student library research award competition. This prize has been established to recognize and celebrate exemplary student research projects that demonstrate the ability to locate, evaluate, select, and apply information from appropriate resources. Primary emphasis will be placed upon the creative and effective use of library resources, services, and collections encompassing print, microform, and online databases.
How Many Awards?
One for a Freshman or Sophomore Student
One for a Junior or Senior Student
What are the Awards?
$350 for the Freshman/Sophomore Award
$350 for the Junior/Senior Award
When is the Application Deadline?
All application materials are due by April 8, 2016 by 5:00 p.m.
J. Eugene Smith Library Mission Statement
The J. Eugene Smith Library supports and enriches the university's teaching, learning, research, and outreach objectives by providing services and resources that foster intellectual curiosity and integrity, promote critical inquiry, and encourage awareness of the world beyond the campus. We provide a welcoming and comfortable space for quiet study or collaborative efforts, and a professional staff to offer assistance and expertise.