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UVic Libraries Student Scholarships

 

The University of Victoria Libraries is proud to be an essential and integral part of the research life cycle at UVic. Our awards recognize and honor the contributions and achievements of all our students, enhancing the sense of personal growth and accomplishment in our academic community. More information at http://www.uvic.ca/library/about/ul/grants%20and%20awards/awards/index.php

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  • Steel, Rebecca (University of Victoria Libraries, 2017)
    In this award-winning 500-word essay, undergraduate student Rebecca Steel demonstrates how she effectively used University of Victoria Libraries resources towards a paper for Child and Youth Care.
  • Lallouz, Rachel (University of Victoria Libraries, 2017)
    In this award-winning 500-word essay, graduate student Rachel Lallouz demonstrates how she effectively used University of Victoria Libraries resources towards a paper for Art History and Visual Studies.
  • Fraser, Lorinda (University of Victoria Libraries, 2016)
    In this award-winning 500-word essay, undergraduate student Lorinda Fraser demonstrates how she effectively used University of Victoria Libraries resources towards a paper for Art History and Visual Studies.
  • Vogelaar, Colton (University of Victoria Libraries, 2016)
    In this award-winning 500-word essay, graduate student Colton Vogelaar demonstrates how he effectively used University of Victoria Libraries resources towards his research in the Social Sciences.
  • Gerow, Elizabeth (2015-11-24)
    In this award-winning 500-word essay, undergraduate student Elizabeth Gerow demonstrates how she effectively used University of Victoria Libraries resources towards a paper for the Faculty of Music.
  • Minnes, Jonathan (2015-11-24)
    In this award-winning 500-word essay, graduate student Jonathan Minnes describes how he effectively used University of Victoria Library resources to undertake his research as a graduate student in the Faculty of Law.