Students receive University of Notre Dame Library Research Award

Author: Hesburgh Libraries

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Hesburgh Libraries is pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 University of Notre Dame Library Research Award.

This annual award is earned by undergraduate students who demonstrate excellence in research skills by using a breadth of library resources and services for their course assignments, research projects, and creative endeavors.

Typically, the awards are presented in the spring during an in-person ceremony at Hesburgh Library, where students celebrate their accomplishments with their family, friends and mentors. This year, the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the timing and nature of this annual event. Students were given a deadline extension and notified of this honor during the summer.

Congratulations to the 2020 Library Research Award winners:

  • Capstone Project or Senior Thesis Award Category
    • Kevin Angell, Economics

    • Lauren Jhin, Psychology

  • Sophomore, Junior, or Senior Award Category

    • DeAndre Tomlinson, Science-Computing

    • Emee Marjorie Dy, Marketing

  • First Year Student Award Category

    • David Hale, Chemical Engineering Pre-Med

    • Corrinne Carlson, Program of Liberal Studies

    • Dayonni Phillips, Anthropology

    • Jacqueline Weinrich, Science-Business

    • Caroline Colella, Architecture

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Originally published by Hesburgh Libraries at diversity.nd.edu on November 11, 2020.