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North Country Research Prize

Every year the Friends of Owen D. Young and Launders Libraries (FODYLL) awards prizes for outstanding undergraduate research.

The awards fall into these categories:

The FODYLL North Country Studies Award in the Arts and Humanities

To be considered for this prize, student work must fit the following criteria:

  • Work must focus on topics, issues or concerns having to do with Northern New York or with St. Lawrence University history;
  • Students must make use of library resources;
  • Work must be in the fields within the Arts & Humanities.

The FODYLL North Country Studies Award in the Social Sciences

To be considered for this prize, student work must fit the following criteria:

  • Work must focus on topics, issues or concerns having to do with Northern New York or with St. Lawrence University history;
  • Students must make use of Library resources;
  • Work must be in fields within the Social Sciences.

The FODYLL North Country Studies Award in the Sciences

To be considered for this prize, student work must fit the following criteria:

  • Work must focus on topics, issues or concerns having to do with Northern New York or with St. Lawrence University history;
  • Students must make use of Library resources;
  • Work must be in fields within the Sciences.

All three competitions are open to all currently enrolled undergraduate SLU students for academic work completed between June 1, 2016
and May 5, 2017.  If you had a project last summer or autumn that really showed some verve think about forwarding it to us…projects
may be traditional research papers, online projects, fiction, poetry, or multimedia works – as long as they meet the criteria for each category.
We will be formally calling for submissions later in the spring, but do be mindful of these prizes as you review and appreciate the
student work you see this year.

If you have any questions, please be in touch with Paul Doty in ODY, at either pdoty@stlawu.edu or 5483.

~ by pdoty on March 16, 2017.

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