Tex and Lien Boggs Library
The Library provides educational resources and services to support learning and scholarship at AULA. It creates and maintains a productive and comfortable environment conducive to thought, research, and study for members of the academic community. It houses a small and provocative collection of books and films, and subscribes to extensive electronic resources to support graduate level research.
Librarians are here to work with the AULA community in various ways: basic to advanced library research skills, database digging, citation assistance, critical reading skills, research mapping, formulating research questions, academic reader’s advisory, in-class and online instruction sessions, workshops, one-to-one sessions, academic technology assistance and much else.
The AULA Library requests submissions for the 2019 Library Research Award
3 awards at $700 each / 1 undergraduate student, 2 graduate students
We want you to submit your research paper for the AULA Library
Research Award! Three $700 prizes will be awarded to students: two
awards for masters students and one award for undergraduate students.
Winners will be honored at a ceremony. Application deadline is Friday,
April 12, 2019. If your paper is selected, you will be expected to join in the award ceremony, in person or via Zoom.
You are eligible to enter if the following are true:
1. You are currently an enrolled AULA student
2. Have completed and submitted a research paper for a class,
workshop, or independent study between April 1, 2018 and April 1, 2019
3. Have used AULA Library resources, print or digital, for your research.
Read the attached documents for instructions on how to submit your
paper, short essay, bibliography, and application cover sheet. Send
all items and inquiries to Lisa Lepore email@example.com
“Library Research Award” in the subject line.
The application deadline for the 2019 prize is Friday, April 12, 2019.
2018 Library Research Award Papers, Winners
Jamila Gaskins, Master of Arts in Urban Sustainability
Precious Rasheeda Muhammad, Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing
Noah Christensen, Undergraduate Studies
Vanessa Rios, Master of Arts in Urban Sustainability
Erica Charis-Molling, Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing
The AULA Library is committed to providing avenues and access to knowledge in support of the educational goals of the University, and is dedicated to social justice, inherent to the philosophy of librarianship.