Did you write a research paper last year?
The Library Research Awards program recognizes Monmouth University undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate extraordinary skill and creativity in the application of library and information resources to research papers completed in fulfillment of a course requirement.
The awards, sponsored by the Monmouth University Library Association, will be presented as one winning award for each category – undergraduate ($250) and graduate ($250).
Application form and information on previous awards:
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The Monmouth University Library is currently exhibiting the work of Jing Zhou, Associate Professor of Art and Design titled: Monmouth University: Generations of Excellence. Influenced in style by European Medieval tapestries and Art Nouveau, the four panels cover the eight decades of the University’s history through a combination of photos and archival data.
Melissa Boege and James Morecraft
Named Recipients of the 2014 Library Research Awards
Graduate student Melissa Boege and undergraduate student James Morecraft have been selected to receive the 2014 awards.
Researching on your phone or tablet is not always easy. Typically it involves a lot of pinching to zoom in, panning around pages, and extensive use of the "back" button.
Did you know that Monmouth University Library possesses a special collections reading room that comprises rare books, medieval manuscript leaves, and the complete personal library of renowned historian and critic Lewis Mumford?
Wondering if that book you ordered or the DVD you need for class has come in yet? Did you know the library provides featured lists of new acquisitions each month?
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