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Waidner-Spahr Library

The Waidner-Spahr Library Prizes for Excellence in Student Research: Research Prize for Sophomores or Juniors

About the Waidner-Spahr Library Research Prize for Sophomores or Juniors

The Library’s SO/JR prize recognizes a student who produces an exceptional research project during their sophomore or junior year. Projects should effectively use properly cited, independently selected research material to examine an engaging question.

Eligible research projects include but are not limited to research papers, multimedia projects, lab reports, position papers, posters, field research studies, etc. Students may submit their own work or have their work nominated by a professor or peer. Projects co-authored by two sophomore/junior students will be considered.The work must have been produced by a current sophomore or junior at any time when the student was a sophomore or a junior.

Submissions are due Monday, January 9, 2023.

Sophomore or Junior Research Submission Form

2022 Winner

Congratulations to our 2022 winner!

Trang Do ‘23

“Ethnic Enclaves and Language Proficiency: Tracking Chinese Migrants in the United States,” written for Professor Tony Underwood’s ECON 398 course

2022 Research & Writing Awards Ceremony

Celebrating Excellence in Writing and Research

by MaryAlice Bitts-Jackson
March 3,2022

Dickinson honors four students for excellence in writing and research.