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Honors the best research projects produced each year by Temple University undergraduates.
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2012 Library Prize Winners

Winners with Interim Dean of University Libraries, Carol Lang

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Library Prize 2014 Deadline

The draft or final version of your paper or project must be submitted by Wednesday, March 26, 2014, at 5:00 pm to be eligible to win.

Please see How To Apply for detailed instructions on submitting your entry.

 

About the Library Prizes for Undergraduate Research

The Library Prize for Undergraduate Research was established to encourage the use of Library resources, to enhance the development of library research techniques, and to honor the best research projects produced each year by Temple University undergraduate students.

Established in 2004, up to three projects are selected each year to win $1000. Winning entries exhibit: originality, depth, breadth, or sophistication in the use of library collections; exceptional ability to select, evaluate, synthesize, and utilize library resources in the creation of a project in any media; and evidence of personal growth through the acquisition of newfound knowledge.

In the 2010-11 academic year, Temple Libraries and Gale, a leading organization in e-research and educational publishing, established a second competition, the Library Prize for Undergraduate Research on Sustainability & the Environment, to encourage research and projects in the area of sustainability.  In addition to the above criteria, winning entries will contribute to our understanding of sustainability or help improve or develop sustainable practices.

Students who submit winning projects will be recognized at an award ceremony and reception to be held in the Lecture Hall of Paley Library on May 1, 2014 from 4 - 6 PM.

Please see information on How To Apply as well as Frequently Asked Questions.

If you have questions, please email the Chair of the Library Prize Committee at libprize@temple.edu. Please note that the Prize email address is for questions related to the Library Prize, not for the submission of materials.

 

Library Prize 2012-13 Awards Ceremony Video

 

Contact

If you have questions, please email the Library Prize Committee at libprize@temple.edu. Please note that the Prize email address is for questions related to the Library Prize, not for the submission of materials.


Important Note:
This is the official site of the Library Prize for Undergraduate Research and the Library Prize for Undergraduate Research on Sustainability & the Environment, Temple University Libraries. Please consult this site for the official prize rules, forms, and deadlines.

 

Sponsors and Thanks

Temple University Libraries is grateful to John H. Livingstone Jr. and Gale, part of Cengage Learning, for their generous sponsorship of this initiative.

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