The Larrie and Bobbi Weil Undergraduate Research Award for excellence in library research is given annually. All undergraduate students are eligible, based on a research project completed during the preceding calendar year. Members of the faculty, in reading and grading undergraduate research papers, choose papers for nomination. Nominated papers should demonstrate depth and breadth in the use of library research materials and clear evidence of thoughtful command of these resources.
The winning student will receive a $500 cash prize and will have an opportunity to be published in the SMU Journal of Undergraduate Research. The winning paper will be placed in the SMU Archives in DeGolyer Special Collections Library, and electronic copies of previous winning papers will be available via this webpage and SMU Scholar. The award will be presented at the following spring's Honors Convocation.
- Friday, February 1, 2019
- All Day Event