“It was important to practice research ethics and write an original script to the best of my ability.”
“Ever since, I have not only learned to use and appreciate these resources, but also became adept in e-reading devices.”
The winners received a $500 cash prize, which was generously funded by Kathryn M. Crowe and Dr. David M. Crowe. Kathryn, a retired librarian from UNCG and David, a retired professor of history and law from Elon University, spent their careers working with undergraduates on research projects. They are delighted to have the opportunity to support, encourage and reward students in their endeavors. Both award-winning projects have been added to UNCG’s institutional repository, NC DOCKS.