The Libraries Student Research Prize will be accepting paper/project submissions soon, and winning undergraduate student writer/scholars could receive up to $1,000! You may wonder, is your paper prize-worthy?
What is the Libraries Student Research Prize?
The Prize is available to full-time undergraduates who have created a paper or project in 2016 that demonstrates excellence in scholarship and research.
I wrote a paper -- what are my chances?
Whether you’re a student scholar or an instructor that knows about an excellent student paper, you might wonder what kinds of papers win this Prize. First, check out the Library Prize criteria. In addition to thecriteria, here are some things to think about before you submit:
If you answered ‘yes’ to most or all of these questions, your paper or project may be a contender -- do submit it! Find out more about the Libraries Student Research Prize at http://www.lehigh.edu/libprize.