“No one can lend a better perspective on the life of the undergraduate researcher and the impact of the IU Libraries than Joelle Jackson,” proclaims Pete Rhoda, the Executive Director of Development at IU Libraries. Jackson’s research paper “Cultural Heritage Management and International Law: Restitution of the Benin Bronzes” earned her the 2022 IU Libraries Sam Burgess Undergraduate Research Award. Her outstanding research may be found on IU Libraries’ open access repository ScholarWorks along with the work of past Burgess Award winners.
2022 Burgess Winner loves research
Tuesday, October 25, 2022