U-M Library Undergraduate Research Award winners Frank Sedlar and Andrew Tuck show off their certificates at the 2013 awards ceremony.
U-M Library Annual Undergraduate Research Award
Each year, the U-M Library conducts a research award competition to recognize and celebrate the extraordinary academic achievements of our undergraduate students.
The award is given to students who demonstrate excellence in library research conducted in support of an undergraduate student project.
Undergraduate students from any campus are eligible to participate. Projects can be in any format or medium such as a website, a documentary or an art installation. Individuals and groups from any discipline may apply.
Four awards are given separately in two categories: the Maize Award for single-term projects and the Blue Award for multi-term projects. Awards are evaluated on the strength of a letter of support from an instructor and the applicants' research, personal essays and bibliographies.
The "Global Award" in each the Maize and Blue categories will be awarded to a project with a global component. For more information, see the FAQ page.
First Place: $1,000
Second Place: $500
Third Place: $250
Global Award: $500
Application deadline: April 30, 2015 at 5 p.m.
Awardees notified by email: May 29, 2015
Award ceremony and reception: TBA
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