Hofstra University Library
Undergraduate Library Research Award
About the Award
The Hofstra University Library Undergraduate Library Research Award was established in 1997 by the Library faculty to recognize and reward excellence in research and writing by a graduating senior.
All papers are nominated by the faculty member for whom the paper was written, and read carefully by a faculty selection committee. There will be two awards of $500 given from the Provost's Office and the Library. Both winning papers will be published on the University Library ULRA website during the 2013/2014 academic year.
Past winners have come from the Department of Fine Arts, History, Music, Political Science, Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences, Global Studies & Geography, and Psychology.
The deadline for submission is Friday, May 10, 2013 by 5 p.m.
Click here to read the ULRA Guidelines.
Faculty may submit their nominations using this form (requires Portal login).
Students can click here for the ULRA submission form.
2012 ULRA Recipients
William Barna, II. “U.S. Military Intervention for Humanitarian Purposes: Exception to Policy or an Emerging Norm?,” for Dr. Paul Brian Fritz, Honors Thesis, PSC100: Political Science.
Etana Jacobi. “iGlobalization: Kodak, Apple, and the Evolution of U.S. Employment from 1960 to 2012,” for Dr. Grant R. Saff, Honors Thesis, GS100: Global Studies.
2011 Winner: Alex Moore, "Cross-Cultural Perspectives on the Creation of American Dance, 1619-1950.” for Prof. Dyane Harvey-Salaam, Honors Thesis, Global Studies 180
2010 Winner: Jason Curreri, "The Question of Assimilation Defined from Cherokee and Euro-American Perspectives,” for Prof. Karyn Valerius, Honors Essay, ENG199
2009 Winner: Amanda Braverman, "Personality Aspects and Blame Style of Singers with Performance Anxiety,” for Prof. Michael J. Barnes, PSY100
2008 Winner: Jessica Knobler, "Photography, Politics, and the Holocaust 1920-1950," for Prof. Sally Charnow, HIS100
2003 Winner: Lisa B. Ross, "The Role of Word Class in the Attrition of School Learned French: are Nouns or Verbs More Likely to be Lost?," for Prof. Evelyn Altenberg, SPCH100
2002 Winner: Laura Vosswinkel, "Government Response to the Pullman Strike," for Prof. Susan Yohn, HIS185
2001 Winner: Janine Vannata, "Jasper Johns' Paintings and the Habit of Perception," Prof. Laurie Fendrich, UHP020
2000 Winner: Christopher Doherty, "Johannes Brahms and Idiomatic Writing for the Horn," Prof. Howard Cinnamon, MUS100
1999 Winner: David Creed, "Fooled by 'A Dream': The Strategic Defense Initiative's Role in Ending the Cold War," for Prof. Meena Bose, PSC134
1998 Winner: Donnalynn Gazza, "The Chemical Weapons Convention: An International Paradigm of Cooperation," for Prof. Meena Bose, PSC134