The Applebaum Award submission deadline is 5:00 p.m., April 19, 2013. No submissions will be accepted after this deadline.
Senior essays submitted for consideration for the Applebaum Award must be based in some part on research that incorporates Yale University Library’s government documents collections. The research material used must fall within the scope of one of the following collections:
- United States federal government
- Canadian federal government
- European Union (note: this does not include government documents or information from individual member countries of the European Union)
- United Nations
- Food and Agriculture Organization
Research material may be held within Yale’s government information collections or may be available in digital format. Questions about whether particular research resources fall within the eligibility criteria should be directed to Melanie Maksin, Librarian for Political Science, International Affairs, Public Policy, and Government Information.
Only senior essays completed either in the fall 2012 semester or spring 2013 semester are eligible. Seminar papers or other papers written by seniors are not eligible.
Essays may be submitted by seniors or their faculty advisors.
The winning student must agree to grant the library a non-exclusive right to post his or her essay on the library’s web site.
Submit your senior essay for consideration for the Applebaum Award.
For more information, contact:
Librarian for Political Science, International Affairs, Public Policy, and Government Information
telephone: (203) 432-3310