In recognition of the late Walter Rundell, Jr.’s commitment to graduate education in the field of Western history, the Western History Association offers a graduate student award in the field of Western history for $1,500. The applicant should be a doctoral candidate who has completed comprehensive examinations for their dissertation subject. SEE FUNDER WEBSITE FOR […]
The McNamara award in the amount of $500 is given annually by the Association for the Sociology of Religion to recognize an outstanding student paper in the sociology of religion.
This is a $5,000 prize for Innovative contributions to accounting education. Nominations include a letter from your advisor outline the innovation inherent in granting the award, and a statement from the student describing their research purpose and dissertation status.
Student or Postdoc must be presenting at the annual Experimental Biology meeting. Student must be sponsored by a Regular member of ASPET. Applications should be made to the Division (see website for different divisions) to which research applies. Applicants may apply for only ONE Best Paper Award.
The AME Dissertation Awards give recognition and commendation to doctoral dissertations in the field of moral development and/or moral education.
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.
Awarded to the best essay written by a graduate student on any aspect of the life or writings of Frances Burney. The essay, which can be up to 6,000 words, should make a substantial contribution to Burney scholarship. The judges will take into consideration the essay’s originality, coherence, use of source material, awareness of other […]
Award honors an outstanding dissertation on Canada written at an American institution. Faculty on dissertation committees are invited to nominate candidates who have received their Ph.D.s within the two years previous to the deadline.
To encourage excellence in undergraduate teaching of the eighteenth century, ASECS invites proposals for a new approach to teaching a unit within a course on the eighteenth century, covering perhaps one to four weeks of instruction, or for an entire new course.
Honors the best PhD dissertation with degree awarded in the previous calendar year. Nominations must be received from the student’s advisor or the scholar most familiar with the student’s research, and the nominator must be from within sociology. ASA membership is required.