Congratulations to Margaret Jarvis on being selected this years Roosevelt University Library's Undergraduate Research Award First Place winner. Margaret's submission,"Masculine Identity in The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," "examines the delicate balance between the mastery over one's carnal desires and the opposing unbridled enjoyment of such pleasurable, though socially taboo actions."
Congratulations to Heather Doble on being selected this years Second Place winner for her submission: "Blood, Empire and Anxiety." Heather's paper "examines the ways in which Arthur Conan Doyle expresses, frames, responds to and partly allays anxieties about the Other, atavism and security of the British Empire in A Study in Scarlet."
The award recognizes outstanding undergraduate research demonstrating significant use of the library’s resources and services and exhibiting the application of library research skills, critical thinking, and advanced competencies in scholarly communication.