Know an undergraduate student who completed library-based research for a class this year? Nominate them for the Kirmser Undergraduate Research Award.

The Kirmser Undergraduate Research Award was established in 2014 to recognize and promote outstanding scholarship among K-State’s undergraduates. The award is funded by a gift provided to K-State Libraries by Philip and Jeune Kirmser.

Research projects must have been completed as a requirement for a K-State course and may encompass any academic topic. Applications are evaluated based on the use of library resources.

A grand prize is offered in the individual freshman ($1,000), individual non-freshman ($1,000), and group categories (minimum of $2,000). Additional honorable mentions may also be awarded in each category.

Entries should be submitted by April 26.