Dissertation awards in: Fluid Dynamics, Nuclear Physics, Experimental Particle Physics, Computational Physics, Atomic, Molecular, or Optical Physics, Plasma Physics and Beam Physics. See website for details of individual awards. Recipient must be nominated for the award.
The AME Dissertation Awards give recognition and commendation to doctoral dissertations in the field of moral development and/or moral education.
The Jay S. Drotman Memorial Award was established to recognize the career of a promising young public health professional or student.
This $1,000 prize is open to APAGS members currently enrolled in a psychology graduate program. Submissions must be written in APA style and may not exceed 25 double-spaced pages (including tables and references). Submissions may not have been previously published or submitted for publication.
If you will have presented a paper on an Americanist topic, broadly conceived, at ASECS or at an affiliate society’s conference in approximately the last year you may be able to enter the SEA Annual Essay Competition. See website for specific conferences and years.
The award recognizes a paper written for a graduate course in planning, a master’s thesis, or a research report which shows excellence in the writer’s personal and/or professional learning from practice and in the analysis of that learning.
The purpose of this $500 award is to encourage students to submit proposals for APAGS’ convention programming and to attend and participate in the annual APA Convention. All accepted program submissions that meet the criteria are automatically nominated to receive this award.
Each year the American Society of Plant Taxonomists recognizes an outstanding paper presentation by awarding the George R. Cooley Award to the presenter of a paper judged to be the best among those eligible.
This award recognizes the outstanding merit of a student in the health and nutrition field, who will present a paper at the Annual ACOS meeting. The award includes a certificate and $500.
This award is for the best dissertation in division 20, the Psychology of Aging. Applicants must have completed the dissertation June 1 – March 15 and must be nominated by their dissertation supervisor.