Recognizing outstanding research achievement and oral presentation. These awards are contingent upon acceptance of the abstract for presentation in a PSTD session at the AVS International Symposium.
The Association of American Geographers will award one or more small awards in recognition of outstanding student papers in any area of spatial analysis or geographic information science or systems.
Dissertation award for projects on internet, radio, TV, or print research/applications; multimedia telecommunications; virtual reality; distance learning; telehealth services; and product development.. The award includes a $200 stipend and one year of free membership in the Division.
This award provides either a $400 or $200 prize for a paper in speech-language pathology. and related professions to address issues related to AAC evidence-based practice and submit papers for presentation at the annual CAAC Conference.
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.
Cash prizes of $1,500 are awarded to first-year students in social-work master’s programs based on the judging of a paper that recounts the process of a clinical intervention.
To recognize and encourage excellence in continuing graduate studies in the sciences and technologies of interest to AVS. The award consists of a cash award, a certificate, and reimbursed travel support to attend the International Symposium.
This award supports an outstanding study of some aspect of eighteenth-century culture, interesting to any eighteenth-century specialist, regardless of discipline. The article may be nominated by a member of the society, by its author, or by an editor of the publishing journal.
This award is made by the Women’s Caucus of ASECS for the best graduate student paper on a feminist or Women’s Studies subject presented at the ASECS Annual Meeting or regional meetings during the academic year. In addition to special recognition, the prize carries a cash award of $350.
The aim of the Awards is to advance public education in the study and practice of archaeology in all its aspects in the United Kingdom and in particular the granting of awards for excellence or other appropriate reasons.