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Research Project Timeline
Library Research Workshop (Primary and Secondary Sources)
Initial topic proposal. A page or two describing your proposed topic and research questions, as narrowly focused as possible. 5 pts
Annotated bibliography of primary and secondary sources you intend to use in your paper, plus research questions and proposed thesis. You must include a minimum of 10 primary and 10 secondary sources. 20 pts
First draft. The "first draft" should be a complete, polished version of your paper, with title page, correctly formatted footnotes and bibliography in Chicago style. Dr. Kannenberg will read and respond to this draft with directions for revision. 25 pts
4/28 & 4/30
Presentation to class. Each student will present their research to the class for comment and critique.
15 minutes each.
The final, revised version of your paper. 25 pts.
Access Services and Assessment Librarian
Room 113B, Neil Hellman Library
The Library Undergraduate Research Award recognizes exemplary scholarship from students who demonstrate creativity and thoughtfulness in their approach to research. All students who participate in the annual College of Saint Rose Undergraduate Research Symposium are eligible to compete for the award. The award has two broad categories:
- Math & Science: First Prize (up to $300) and Second Prize (up to $200)
- Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences: First Prize (up to $300) and Second Prize (up to $200)
Both primary and secondary research projects, from any field of study, are welcome. Submissions will be reviewed by a panel of CSR faculty and a wards will be presented at the annual Undergraduate Research Symposium.