The Library Prize for Undergraduate Research rewards excellence in undergraduate research projects that use library resources and demonstrate sophisticated library research skills on the part of undergraduate researchers.
An exhibit on the 2nd floor of Doe Library features Cécile Evers' winning research project, "Slave Language Acquisition in the 18th Century, Gobernación of Chocó, Colombia." For more information, see 2007 Prize Winners.
Deadline for application is April 14, 2008, so now's the time to start planning your submission. Questions? Visit the Library Prize website.