Participants in the second annual Library Research Award contest tapped into their penchant for digging for information to come up with project topics ranging from communications to the environment.
The University Library and the Cal Poly Pomona Foundation hosted the event on May 25, drawing 14 submissions from various disciplines before narrowing down the winners in four categories.
The 2017 Library Research Award winners are:
- Best Graduate Research Project: Sawanpreet Singh Dhaliwal, “The Effects of Rain on Freeway Traffic in Southern California.”
- Best Undergraduate Research Project: Cristina Dypiangco, “Navigating the Crisis Environment: An Analysis of Uber’s Communication Strategies.”
- Best Use of Special Collections: Lauren White and John Danho, “Virginia Adair: A Lifelong Revision.”
- Honorable Mention: Ian Joyce, “A Comparative Literature Survey of Psilocybin and LSD-25 Metabolism.”