2019 TURA winners
Announcing 2022 Winners
- "America and the Digital Divide: Exploring Internet Accessibility and School Enrollment in the U.S."
- CSHD146: Intermediate Statistics for Developmental Science (Fall 2021,Theo Klimstra)
Sofia Grose & Skyler Goldberg
- Research for New Translations of Jean Bodin's Six Books of the Commonwealth
- Political Science: Independent Research (Summer-Fall 2021, Ioannis Evrigenis)
- "Prevention of Childhood Asthma Among Families Living in Subsidized Housing"
- CH0001: Introduction to Community Health (Spring 2021, Adolfo Cuevas)
- "Chinese Americans in the Eyes of the US Government"
- HIST190: The Cold War (Fall 2021, Rachel Applebaum)
Purpose of the awards
Tisch Library offers awards to promote and recognize outstanding undergraduate use of the library’s collections and services. These awards recognize the production of exemplary research projects by undergraduate Tufts students.
Award categories & formats
Prizes of $400 are awarded to projects in the following categories:
- First Year Writing (ENG 1-4, Philosophy 2, or any course taken to fulfill the college writing requirement)
- Sciences, Social Sciences, and Engineering
- Arts and Humanities
- Multimedia and Digital Scholarship
All formats are eligible, including research papers, videos, audio projects, posters, presentations, lab manuals, inventions, and business plans.
Winners can also
- Attend a celebratory symposium at Tisch Library
- Submit their projects for inclusion in the Tufts Digital Library
See a listing of past TURA winners
Who is eligible
- All undergraduate students who are registered through the end of Fall 2021 are eligible
- Projects completed any time in Spring 2021, Summer 2021, and Fall 2021 are eligible
- Group projects are eligible (prizes will be split equally among group members)
How to apply
1) Complete Application, attaching your:
- Completed Project, with Bibliography
- Research Process Essay: A 500‐750 word essay that describes your research strategies as well as your use of library collections and services (consult the essay guidelines for an explanation of this essay)
2) Recommendation: Your course instructor or project advisor will need to recommend your application (be sure to ask early enough to ensure that they can complete the form by the deadline)
Application Deadline: March 13, 2022
Complete applications including recommendations must be submitted by the deadline. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered.
Evaluation Rubric and FAQs
- See our evaluation rubric (PDF) for details about how the applications will be reviewed
- See our FAQ for more help, and feel free to contact the committee with any questions at email@example.com