Deadline for Submissions: February 8, 2017
Notification of winners: April 2017
Trinity University’s Coates Library is proud to host the eighth annual Trinity Undergraduate Student Research Awards Program. This program recognizes undergraduate students who exhibit outstanding achievement in the use of library and information sources and demonstrate enhanced information literacy skills.
Awards will be as follows:
The library also sponsors a special research award for First-Year Experience students as part of the FYE Writing Awards.
Authors of awarded papers will be invited to present at Trinity's Academic Showcase.
Award winners from Humanities disciplines will be invited to speak along with Trinity faculty members at symposia sponsored by the Humanities Collective and will be encouraged to submit their papers for publication in Trinity's undergraduate research journal The Expositor.
Trinity University acknowledges the research programs at Rice University, University of Oregon, and Emory University and thanks them for the format for this award process.
Applicants must include the following (electronically):
Individuals must be current Trinity students. All undergraduates are eligible to submit work completed in 2016. The paper or project must also have been completed as part of a credit-bearing course at Trinity University.
Additional Submission Rules:
Successful projects will:
The Undergraduate Student Research Awards Evaluation Committee is chaired by the Head of Instruction Services in the Coates Library and is comprised of faculty members from across disciplines.
Award Notification and Disposition: