The Library Undergraduate Research Award committee has announced this year's award winners.
The Library Undergraduate Research Awards are given to recognize undergraduate students who demonstrate exceptional use of any library's resources as part of their regular coursework. For more information on the awards, including details on applying, click here: http://library.wlu.ca/about/awards
Here are this year's award recipients:
First Place ($350) – Andriana Vinnitchok for "Speaking Your Language Training Evaluation: Exploring the Impact on International Peer Mentors"
Second Place ($150) – Adrian Little for "A Divine Setting"
First Place ($350) – Yuchen Dai for "Coded References and Perfect Proportions in Bach's Second Sonata and Partita for solo Violin: Compositional Restraint or Analytical Coincidence?"
Second Place ($150) – Tanielle Paauw for "The Psychology and Sociology behind Food Cravings in Individuals"
The committee would like to thank all who applied, as well as everyone who assisted with the administration of this year's awards.
In the photograph: clockwise from top left are Andriana Vinnitchok (with her prof Manuel Riemer), Yuchen Dai, Adrian Little and Tanielle Paauw.