Phillips Memorial Library along with the Center for Engaged Learning are pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 Undergraduate Craft of Research Prize! It was a competitive pool, but five students emerged victorious:
1st Place—John Hindley, Neocolonialism, Liberation Theology and the Nicaraguan Revolution
2nd Place– Jacquelyn Kelley, The Little Magazine That Did Big Things
3rd Place—Daniel Gagnon, France and the Community of Six: The Schuman Declaration to the Treaties of Rome
Honorable Mention: Meaghan Dodson, Radical Rejections and Sloppy Seconds
Honorable Mention: Hao You, Men, Women and War: An Examination of Gender Conflicts within Othello
The winners receive prizes, certificates and the chance to have their work published in PC’s Digital Commons. Congratulations to all who won and who participated!
Phillips Memorial Library along with the Center for Engaged Learning are pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 Undergraduate... MORE
But it’s also a thing that is not only important for us, but also the students of PC
So we want to know more about the research undergrads are doing
We at the library, and the good folks at the Center for Engaged Learning want to reward you for your hard work!
All we need from you is:
1. A research paper (you were probably going to write one anyway–right?)
2. An annotated bibliography (again, you were probably already doing one–now just add annotations)
3. A 5-7 page essay describing your research process (everybody loves to talk about how smart they are, here’s your chance!)
Send that all to Andria Tieman: email@example.com by May 15th to enter, and you could be well on your way to being one of the recipients of the Phillips Memorial Library Undergraduate Craft of Research Prize! In addition to a cash prize, winning papers will be publisher in PC’s Digital Commons right along with the works of PC’s scholars.