Jenna Mrozinske | May 17, 2018
On May 4 (Friday), five undergraduate students from the University of Notre Dame received an Undergraduate Library Research Award (ULRA).
This annual award is earned by students who demonstrate exemplary research skills and utilize a breadth of library services, resources and expertise for their research or creative projects.
Sponsored by the Hesburgh Libraries and the Flatley Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement, with support from other campus entities, the ULRA provides students with a network of support and offers inspiration to those beginning original research or capstone projects.
“The Hesburgh Libraries are committed to enhancing the academic and research success of Notre Dame’s undergraduates and expanding faculty and staff expertise and library resources to advance undergraduate research and scholarship,” said Diane Walker, Edward H. Arnold University Librarian. “This year’s ULRA winners have built new skills and learned new tools that support not only academic success — but success throughout their postgraduate careers.”
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