Biomedical Library's Fourth Annual “Best Use of Literature” Poster Prize
The Biomedical Library’s “Best Use of Literature” poster prize will be awarded in January, 2013, in conjunction with the School of Medicine’s poster presentation event for the NIH Summer Scholars, students from the MSTAR program, and pharmacy students doing summer research. This prize is awarded to two posters in recognition of outstanding use of resources and demonstrating that in a poster. The award is $125.00 each*.
All who wish to be considered for the prize are asked to submit a short essay reflecting on their research process. The deadline for entry is noon on January 9, 2013. Additionally, the posters will be judged to evaluate the use of references within the poster.
Please send your essay to Karen Heskett at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to include your name and the title of your poster in the email message.
In your short essay (about 500-750 words, and no more than 750 words), please:
Note: you do not need to answer all of the above questions.
In addition to the short essay, a panel of judges will evaluate the posters for:
* Note: due to University rules, if you are in the payroll system, the maximum award we can give is $75. Also, if the award is for the full $125, it is taxable.