University Library annually awards research prizes to three first year seminar students, nominated by faculty members, for excellence in research and use of library resources.

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Submissions from 2021

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Benefits of the Global Strawberry Trade (First Place), Luke Deneker

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Artificial Intelligence Interprets Metaphors (Second Place), Aaron Ripley

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The Crisis of Infidelity (Third Place), Sam Skelley

Submissions from 2020

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Should We Treat Mental Illness? (First Place), Nora Krukowski

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Pride and Prejudice: Then & Now (Second Place), Madison Martinez

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Ethical Debate of Gene Editing on Embryos (Third Place), Emily Massey

Submissions from 2019

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Understanding and Preventing Totalitarian Catastrophe (Third Place), Sophie Boulter

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Platforms of Destruction (First Place), Olivia Pletcher

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The Effect of Environmental and Social Conditions on Childhood Asthma (Second Place), Sarah Ray

Submissions from 2018

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Hooking Up to Alleviate Mental Isolation (First Place), Sarah Dempsey

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Critical Edition of "Bob Dylan's 115th Dream" (Third Place), Adams Freeman

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The Transition to Coeducation (Second Place), Aileen Romano

Submissions from 2017

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The Communist Manifesto: Annotations (Second Place), Maggie Mahoney

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Who Are We Benefiting in Year Long Service Endeavors? (First Place), Molly Onders

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Bob Dylan: Annotated Bibliography (Third Place), Sydney Sanders

Submissions from 2016

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The Price of a Child: How China’s One-Child Policy Affected Marriage & Family Life (Third Place), Eric Egan

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The Open Casket of Emmett Till: Annotated Bibliography (Second Place), Angela Provenzano

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Dylan: Annotated Bibliography (First Place), Pat Tilden

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Dylan in Context: Dylan's Relationship with Religion (First Place), Pat Tilden