Dr. John Archer Library Award 2015 recipient.


The recipient of the 2015 Dr. John Archer Library Award for undergraduate research is Zoé Beaulieu Prpick. Zoé is in her fourth and final year of the English (Honours) program. She won $1,000 for writing the best reflective essay about how she used the library’s resources and services to complete a course assignment. Her project was for Kate Cushon's English 499 Bibliography & Methods course. The graded assignment was titled Lady Anne Clifford, Countess of Pembroke, Dorset, and Montgomery: A Bibliographical Essay.

A private ceremony took place in the University Library on April 23. In attendance were Acting University Librarian, Peter Resch, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Rick Kleer, Kate Cushon, and Zoé Prpick. Photos of the ceremony, copy of Ms. Prpick’s reflective essay and her graded English 499 assignment are available in the University of Regina’s institutional repository (oURspace).

The Award will be available to full-time undergraduate students at the University of Regina and its federated colleges in 2015-16. Details about the award are on the library's website. The award's online application form will be available through the Student Awards and Financial Aid Office early in the Winter 2016 semester. For more information, please contact Michael Shires Michael.Shires@uregina.ca or call 306.585.5418.