Undergraduate Research Paper Contest (MU)
The MU Libraries Undergraduate Research Paper Contest seeks to recognize and reward outstanding research conducted by undergraduate students at the University of Missouri. Any undergraduate in any discipline is invited to enter the contest, which is judged by a cross-disciplinary panel of librarians, members of The Friends of the MU Libraries, and MU faculty members. The MU Libraries Contest is different from other research paper contests in that it judges not only the paper itself, but also the research process and the student’s ability to articulate his/her experience conducting research. It is also unique opportunity for undergraduate students to present their research to an audience.
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The patriarchal gentleman: gender roles of late eighteenth and early nineteenth century American women through the mind of Thomas Jefferson (2011)The second place price for the 2011 Undergraduate Research Paper Contest was awarded for this paper which examines Thomas Jefferson's beliefs about the importance of a woman's domestic role in American society by establishing ...
(2011)The first place prize for the 2011 Undergraduate Research Paper Contest was awarded for this paper which examines the emergence and development of two contemporary genres of Bulgarian music and their close ties with Roma ...