2018 Library Research Awards
This spring the AULA Library will award the fifth annual Library Research Award. A prize of $800 is awarded to two graduate students and one undergraduate in recognition of the exemplary use of library resources in their research papers. The award is funded by the AULA Library Council and Amy Smith, an Antioch College alumna and librarian.
Library Director Lisa Lepore encourages students to be critical of their sources, to utilize library resources, valuing scholarship in books and peer reviewed journals. In a time when information is at our fingertips via web searches and social media, the award asks Antioch students to be discerning. Is material is well-researched and hard-earned or presented as fact but unsupported by research or experience, embellished, or simply fake.
“We want to honor students’ work and support them in thinking creatively and dynamically as participants in the web of knowledge. We encourage students to utilize academic scholarship while also valuing knowledge that exists outside of formalized academic areas.”
Pictured above are the 2016 Library Research Award Winners. Below are their winning papers:
Berlin Emerson, Undergraduate Studies
A Look at the Current Educational System, Introducing a Holistic Curriculum
Arielle Silver, Master of Fine Arts, Creative Writing
WICKED SELFISH AND CRUEL AN INQUIRY INTO THE STEPMOTHER NARRATIVE
Mary Sutton, Master of Arts, Urban Sustainability
PUBLIC PRIVATE FINANCING PRISONS JAILS
Raquelle Mayoral, Master of Fine Arts, Creative Writing
BLACK ECOPOETICS ANALYZING SCRIBES OF THE BLACK EXPERIENCE IN AMERICAN HISTORY
To apply, view complete instructions here, and submit a copy of your research paper and completed application to email@example.com. The deadline for 2018 submissions is May 4, 2018.