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LibRA - Library Research Award

information about the library research competition sponsored by the SU LIbrary

The Library Research Award (LibRA) is an annual contest sponsored by the Stevenson University Library in an effort to recognize exceptional student research.  Undergraduate students taking on-campus or online classes may enter a project previously produced for a course, as well as a short essay describing the research process.  Entries are judged on the quality, scope, and originality of research.  The winner receives a $200 award and the project is archived in SU's institutional repository, the Stevenson Scholar Exchange.

Latest announcements regarding LibRA

 

Thank you to everyone who entered the 2022 Library Research Award contest!  On February 25, at the Paul D. Lack Scholars' Showcase, we announced our two winners:  Megan Dutcher and Finn La'akea Reyes.  To view their projects, visit the Stevenson Scholar Exchange, our institutional repository.

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