Library Research Award
May 26, 2011: Aminatou Dabokemp was the winner of the 2011 Library Research Award. Ami wrote her paper for Profesor Lillian Duck-Marrujo's U.S. History class. Ami received a $200 scholarship as part of her award, in addition to a letter of congratulations and a certificate of achievement. Attendees at the ceremony were (from left to right): Library Department Chair Charles Fracchia, Library Coordinator of Instruction Wendy Owens, LRA winner Aminatou Dabokemp, Professor Lillian Duck-Marrujo, and LRA Coordinator Daniel Bradford. Read her paper, "Reflecting on Expanding Horizons."
What is the Award?
The CCSF Library Research Award recognizes excellence in student research and information competency skills and the process of inquiry in using the library, its resources, and collections. A review committee of teachers and librarians will award the winning student a $200.00 cash scholarship prize.
Who is Eligible?
To be eligible to win, applicants must:
•Be a currently registered CCSF student with a minimum of 6 credit hours
•Have completed a research paper/project for a credit course at CCSF during the current academic year of application (example: for the 2014 award, paper/project should be completed during the Summer 2013, Fall 2013 or Spring 2014 semester)
Application and Forms
We are now accepting student submissions for the 2013-2014 Library Research Award scholarship.
Visit our dedicated Library Research Award webpage for:
- A complete list of rules
- A complete set of FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
- Links to download all required forms
If you have any questions not answered by the rules or by the FAQs, please ask a CCSF librarian or email the award coordinator:
Daniel Bradford (firstname.lastname@example.org)