2015 UCLA Library Prize for Undergraduate Research

Published: May 18, 2015

The Clark would like to congratulate Michael Stinson, who won this year’s award for undergraduate research projects executed at the Clark Library.  Michael was a part of Professor Carla Pestana’s Ahmanson Undergraduate Seminar taught at the Clark and won the prize for his paper “A Good Death,” for which he used the Clark’s pirate-related holdings.  A longer article about Michael and the other students who won research awards in order areas is online at the UCLA Newsroom.

Congratulations to Michael and this year’s other winners!

 

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