Attention, all undergraduate students. Yes, I'm talking to YOU!
University Libraries is giving out an Undergraduate Research Award to a research project that best demonstrates the ability to
locate, select, and synthesize information from library resources and
uses those resources in the creation of an original research project in
any media. We'll be awarding $500 to the winner!
So what does this mean? If you're a full-time undergrad who has used library resources to gather research for a project in the spring, summer, or fall semesters in 2013, you're eligible! You'll just need a short essay describing your research strategies and a letter of support from a faculty member. More information can be found here.