2016 UCLA Library Prize for Undergraduate Research
By Courtney Hoffner on Jan 12, 2016
Applications are now being accepted for the 2016 UCLA Library Prize for Undergraduate Research!
Recognizing and honoring excellence in UCLA undergraduate research, the UCLA Library Prize for Undergraduate Research offers awards from $350 to $700 for individual or group papers or projects. Projects ranging from freshman papers to senior theses are eligible. Applications are welcome from all currently enrolled, fulltime UCLA undergraduates at any class level in any discipline.
Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences: first prize, $700; second prize, $400
Science, Engineering, & Math: first prize, $700; second prize, $400
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