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The UTSC Undergraduate Research Prize honours UTSC students who have excelled in research, scholarship and creative activities in the classroom and beyond. This prize will recognize the research and creative activities of undergraduate students, their overall contribution to the University of Toronto Scarborough, and illustrate the role of the library in the research process. The project may take many forms such as a traditional paper, a database, a website, digital project or creative expression.
The UTSC Undergraduate Student Research Prize is a financial prize sponsored jointly by the UTSC Library and UTSC Office of the Vice-Principal Research. It is open to all students who are currently registered as UTSC students and have completed their first year of study.
Recipients of the UTSC Undergraduate Research Prize will be recognized at the UTSC annual faculty and staff Celebration of Distinguished Services in June. Prize winning projects and/or recipients will also be featured on the UTSC Library website and OVPR website and invited to be archived on TSpace.
The prize is open to all undergraduate students who meet the following criteria:
The prizes(s) will be awarded primarily on the basis of the quality of the research project(s) and the illustration of the use of scholarly resources in the research process. Please refer to the detailed judging rubric for additional information.
The Judging Committee shall consist of UTSC faculty members, and be chaired by representatives of the UTSC Office of the Vice-Principal, Research and Innovation.
Application for the UTSC Undergraduate Research Prize will be made by the undergraduate student and will consist of the following:
Applications must be submitted electronically as a single PDF file to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application deadline: Thursday, April 8, 2021 11:59 PM EST
Winners announced: End of May/Early June 2021
Prizes awarded: June 2021
End of May/Early June 2021 -- Winners announced
June 2021 -- Prizes awarded
Up to 3 cash prizes of $1000 will be given out annually, one each for projects in the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Sciences. The judges evaluate the projects on their quality and reserve the right to award prizes in one, two, or all three of these categories.
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