The Undergraduate Library Research Awards recognize creative and original library research completed by William & Mary undergraduate students. Four students, whose papers best illustrate exemplary use of W&M Libraries tools and resources, and the development of information-gathering skills, are selected within two categories (freshman/sophomore and junior/senior) during each award cycle.

More information about the award can be found at: https://libraries.wm.edu/research-award

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Submissions from 2020

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The “Cherry Tree Rebellion”: Jefferson’s Controversial Addition to the Washington Memorial Landscape, 1936 - 1939, Meredith Barber

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HIV in the Rural American South, Helen Heaton

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The Proto-Portraiture of North Etruscan Cinerary Urns and the Philosophy of Elite Self-Worth, Sydney Kennedy

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Compliments, Compliment Responses, and Gender, Sam Laveson