Todd Blevins Wins the 2014 Library Prize!
Todd Blevins has won the 2014 Camden-Carroll Library Prize for Undergraduate Research. Todd will receive a $500 award for his winning entry. He wrote the winning paper for his HIS 300 Course, "Practicing History," taught by Dr. Alana Cain Scott.
Todd Blevins is a senior History and Government major from Owingsville, Kentucky. He is an active member of Phi Alpha Theta and the MSU Historical Society and is currently serving as an Undergraduate Research Fellow. Todd will be attending Ball State University in the fall to pursue a graduate degree in Political Science.
Todd Blevins and his mentor, Alana Scott presented with his winner's certificate and $500 check
at the Celebration of Student Scholarship by Ray Bailey, Chair of the Prize Judging Committee.
About the Prize
The Camden-Carroll Library Prize for Undergraduate Research rewards quality use of library resources in the scholarly writing process.