Library Research Award
This year's winner has been selected:
May 19, 2014:: Caleb Hargis was the winner of the 2014 Library Research Award. Caleb wrote his paper for Professor John Whitehead's Economics class. Caleb received a $200 scholarship for his award. Read his paper, "Exodus: The Erosion of San Francisco's African American Economy" by downloading the PDF file:
Visit our dedicated Library Research Award page 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)
Another resource person: Korey Brunetti, Instructional Librarian, Ocean Campus (email@example.com)
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)