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Sponsored by the Charles W. & Joan S. Coker Library and the Undergraduate Research Program
Last Updated: Nov 10, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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About the Library Prize for Undergraduate Research

  The Library Prize for Undergraduate Research is 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 Coker College undergraduate students. One project will be selected to win $500. The winning entry will exhibit: originality, depth, breadth, 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 new found knowledge. If no deserving research project is submitted, the Prize will not be awarded. The student who submits the winning project will be recognized at the Spring Honors Awards Convocation & Reception. Please see information on Application Procedures, as well as Frequently Asked Questions. If you have questions, please email Alexa Bartel, Chair of the Library Prize for Undergraduate Research Award Committee at or call 843-383-8126.

 The submission deadline for this year's

Library Prize is March 4, 2016 at 5:00pm!


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