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Students in History 191C Receive Library Prizes
April 24, 2019

The 2019 Library Prize for Undergraduate Research, Library Special Collections Prize and the Clark Library Prize were awarded to the students in Professor Muriel McClendon’s History 191C course, “Everyday Life in Early Modern England” for their project “Bringing Early Modern England to Life.” Congratulations to Chloe Day, Ryan Kerkow,  Justin Van Ligten, Ben Marullo, Delanie Moreland, Suzette Martinez,  Ina Na, Yari Nieves-Rivera, Kenneth Nicholson, Victoria Robles, Leilani Rosenthal, Sheldon To, Victoria Tonascia,  Emma Torres, and Christopher Young!  

This year, competition for the Library Prize was stiff, and each application went through a rigorous judging process. There were many more outstanding projects than prizes to award. The prize includes a monetary award of $500 for the Library Special Collections prize and $350 for the Clark Library Prize.

The students will be recognized at this year’s Library Prize for Undergraduate Research award ceremony and reception, held on May 20th at 4pm in Powell Library. You are more than welcome to attend. Please RSVP to: rsvp@library.ucla.edu or, call 310.206.8526.