Win $1000 just for using the library! This annual award (now in its 6th year) recognizes students making extensive use of library services and resources. All you have to do is complete a research project, participate in the GPSC Student Showcase, and write an essay telling us how the library made your life easier.
We award up to three undergraduate and three graduate students/teams with $1000 each. That will buy a lot of coffee. Or perhaps you'd prefer to spend your winnings on a relaxing vacation after hitting the books all semester.
Congratulations to our 2016 Willock Library Research Award recipients!
Undergraduate category winners:
Graduate category winners:
The 2017 GPSC Student Showcase will be held on February 22.
UA graduate and undergraduate students can apply as individuals or teams. To apply, you'll need to:
As you write your essay, consider:
Judges will determine winners based primarily on how well your essay demonstrates:
Awards will be presented at the close of the GPSC Student Showcase. The award ceremony will be Wednesday, February 22, 2017.
Katheryne (Kate) Willock generously funds this award. Kate received her undergraduate degree from Arizona State University and taught a course in biology at the University of Arizona. She spent several years as Assistant Territorial Archaeologist in the US Virgin Islands and conducted archaeological fieldwork in the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Vieques, the US Virgin Islands, the British Virgin Islands, Antigua, and the southwestern United States. Kate is an ardent supporter of the University Libraries and is vocal in championing the value the library brings to campus. She has been a Friend of the University Libraries since 2002.
The award might affect your financial aid, so consult your financial aid advisor.
As the author of the essay, you retain copyright. It is your responsibility to get permission from copyright holders for images, media, or extended quotes you incorporate. Cite your sources. Images taken from copyrighted or licensed resources cannot be published beyond the UA community without permission. For questions about copyright, contact Dan Lee.
For all other questions, contact GPSC's Events Director.