The UCLA Library Prize for Undergraduate Research recognizes and honors excellence in undergraduate research at UCLA.
The inspiration for the UCLA Library Prize for Undergraduate Research came from Ruth Simon, lover of books and libraries.
Simon earned her BA in English at UCLA and served as UCLA's campus counsel for many years until her retirement in 2003. Her many memories of her college years include countless hours spent in the undergraduate library, studying for classes and exams or enjoying classic works of English literature.
Guided by her passion for reading and research and wishing to share her love of libraries, Simon established the Ruth Simon Library Prize for Undergraduate Research, the first endowment of its kind at UCLA, to inspire and reward UCLA undergraduates for outstanding library research now and for generations yet to come.
For more information about the Library Prize, including submission guidelines, please visit http://library.ucla.edu/support/support-students/showcasing-student-achievement/library-prize-undergraduate-research.