Undergraduate library prize

Gary Strong, University Librarian of the UCLA Library, has just announced that the Library will award its first Library Prize for Undergraduate Research on May 11, 2009. This new prize has been established:

  • to encourage undergraduate students to reflect on the research process in the pursuit of excellence in their academic course work;
  • to recognize the significance of information literacy as it relates to academic learning; and
  • to reward undergraduate students who incorporate the collections of the UCLA Library into their research.

The prize has been funded through the generosity of long-time UCLA Library supporter Ruth Simon. For complete details, visit: http://www.library.ucla.edu/service/13024.cfm 

If you have questions, please contact Alison Armstrong, director of Undergraduate Initiatives, aarmstrong at library dot ucla dot edu.

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