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Image of Research Competition Accepting Applications

By skennedy on August 6, 2018 1:03 PM | Permalink

Calling all researchers! The UNLV University Libraries is now accepting applications for our second Image of Research competition! We want to see inspiring images of your research and know more about your research and research process.

This fun, friendly competition, sponsored by the UNLV University Libraries and hosted in conjunction with UNLV Research Week, highlights and celebrates the different, daring, and diverse research conducted by UNLV students, faculty, and alumni.

All you have to do is take a photo or create an inspiring image that captures the essence of your research, write a short description, and submit it on our website. Entries will be judged by the connection between the image, text, research originality and visual impact. A panel of judges will evaluate the entries.

Participants can submit their entry in one of four categories: 1) Undergraduate Students, 2) Graduate Students, 3) Faculty, or 4) Alumni. The deadline for submission of entries is Monday, September 17 at midnight.

Winners in each category will receive a $100 cash prize and have their image featured in Lied Library. Winners will be announced at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, October 3, at a reception in the Amargosa Room at Lied Library.

For complete information and contest rules and to submit your image, visit Winners of last year’s contest are featured here:

If you have questions or need additional information, contact Sciences Librarian Michael Luesebrink at