Library Research Award
Are you writing a research paper this term? If so, you may be eligible to apply for the James J. Kopp Library Research Award! Students doing research in classes with a Bibliographic Research in Writing (BRW) designation are invited to apply for the award between December 8 and December 19.
Students working on research projects for Bibliographic Research in Writing classes are invited to apply for the James J. Kopp Library Research Award. See below for a complete list of eligible courses. Two winners will receive $200 each. Fall applications will be accepted between December 8 and December 19. Winners will be selected in the summer from all applications submitted during the year.
More information can be found at https://library.lclark.edu/events/kopp-awards. Beginning on December 8, the application form may also be accessed from that page. See complete guidelines here (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Wgflu80Xm-55w9cq-VGFXZxSuNTuj1-bT7MpVrUTk_I/edit). Please send any questions about the award to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students in the following BRW-designated courses are eligible to apply.
ART 452, Memory as Representation
CLAS 266, Health and Healing in the Ancient World
ENG 276, Animals & Animal Rights in Literature
ENG 316, Modern British and Irish Literature
ENVS 350, Environmental Theory
HIST 230, Eastern Europe: Borderlands
MUS 142, Music and Social Justice
MUS 162, History of Western Music I
PHIL 102, Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 103, Ethics
PHIL 207, Indian Philosophy
PHIL-250, Philosophical Methods
POLS 201, Research Methods in Political Science
POLS 255, Law, Lawyers, and Society
RELS 358/458, Mysticism
RHMS 301, Rhetorical Criticism
SOAN 200, Ethnographic Research Methods
SOAN 205, Research Theory and Design
TH 280, Theatre and Society
WLL 198, Fairy Tales Across Cultures