Library Research Award

The Library Research  Award was established to recognize and celebrate exemplary student research projects that demonstrate the ability to locate, evaluate, select and apply information from appropriate library resources.

Primary emphasis is placed on the creative and effective use of library resources, services and collections encompassing print, microform and online databases.

Calls for submissions can be found at the following website.

The winners of the Library Research Award for 2012 were announced in May.

Anna Sobanski of Glastonbury won in the freshman/sophomore category for her paper, “True Stories by Matilda Laimoand Harry Potter.”

Andrew Minikowski ’12 of Colchester won the prize in the junior/senior category for his paper, “A Bullet or Siberia: Pride, Redemption and Character Relationships in Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment.”

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