The Library Map Prize is awarded to Yale College senior for the best use of maps in a senior essay or its equivalent. The prize is an award of $500.
The deadline for the Library Map Prize 2021 is Thursday, May 13, 2021, 11:59 p.m. EDT Contact the Marx Science and Social Science Library with any questions about the Library Map Prize.
Prize Winners from 2021
Climate Niche Evolution in C4+CAM Portulaca and Closely Related C3+CAM Lineages, Nora M. Heaphy
Heat Stress in Urban Environments: A Case Study of Heat Vulnerability in New Haven, CT, Logan M. Howard
Prize Winners from 2020
Railroad Ties: Tracks to the White Earth and Red Lake Ojibwe Reservations, 1860s-1910s, Heidi Katter
Social Agglomeration Forces and the City, Peter A. Luff
The Public and the Personal: Mapping the NYC Subway System as an Urban Memoryscape, Soledad O. Tejada
Prize Winners from 2019
Ranging and Behavior of Black and Gold Howler Monkeys in Formosa, Argentina, Claire Rossi de Leon
Settler Colonialism as a Structure: Interpreting Historic Moroccan Actions in Western Sahara, Amanda Taheri
Prize Winners from 2018
Prize Winners from 2017
Prize Winners from 2016
Species Distribution Modeling of North American Odonates, Rebecca Beilinson