The Libraries Student Research Prize recognizes undergraduate student research papers or projects that show excellence in library research, mastery of subject, and strong written communication skills. In addition to recognition at Lehigh, the Prize includes a monetary award of up to $1,000. It is awarded annually. Submissions are accepted between December and mid-January -- watch university announcements for specific dates.

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Submissions from 2017

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Children’s Concept of Animacy: The Humanoid Robot and the Robotic Human, Deanna Kocher

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Is Dignity an Inescapably Religious Concept?, Anastassiya Perevezentseva

Submissions from 2016

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The Financial Crisis in Portugal: Austerity in Perspective, Shaan Gurnani

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Similarities and Differences in the Cohesinopathies of Roberts Syndrome and Cornelia de Lange Syndrome, Rachel Sternberg

Submissions from 2015

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Gene Therapy in Modern Society, Madeleine Smith

Submissions from 2014

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The Central Park Zoo: Its Development and Connection to Greater New York City, John Behre

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Emerging Treatments for Hodgkin’s Lymphoma & The Next Generation of Patients, Carolyn Sivco

Submissions from 2013

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Applications of Archaeogenetics: Assessing the Nutrition Profiles of Native American Groups, Sophia Dent

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Muddied Waters: The Crisis of the Legal Regime of the Caspian Sea, the Actors, and Its Impact on the Global Oil and Natural Gas Industry, Bridget Joyce

Submissions from 2012

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The Strategic Picture of Oil and U.S. Energy Policy Recommendations for the Next Decade, Karen Timmerman

Submissions from 2011

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CEE 281 Special Topics Report: Electrically Stimulated Recovery of Oil from Clay Rich Formations, Virginia Nyikadzino

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A Multi-faceted Approach to Eradicating Female Genital Mutilation, Emily Rojer