The Longman— History Today Awards is the name of an annual awards ceremony, run by Longman and History Today magazine, in which prizes are presented in various categories "to promote the study, publication and accessibility of history to a wide audience. Hence, there is no award for From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article relies too much on references to primary sources. Please improve this by adding secondary or tertiary sources.
Undergraduate STS Essay Prize Competition
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The Princeton Prize in Race Relations Senior Thesis Prize, endowed by the Princeton University Class of , is awarded annually to a member of the senior class, irrespective of academic concentration, whose senior thesis adds significantly to our understanding of issues of race and race relations in the United States, broadly defined. While a prize-winning thesis may rely on conventional research methodologies in libraries and archives, using the research methodologies of the humanities and the social sciences , the Program in American Studies will look with favor on theses that also manage to draw this scholarship into practical and experiential engagement. A prize awarded to the senior in the American studies program who prepared the most outstanding thesis of a clearly interdisciplinary nature. The prize honors Professor of English Willard Thorp, a founder of the program and for many years its director. This prize was established in memory of Asher Hinds, professor of English and one of the leaders of the Special Program in the Humanities, which later became the programs in American studies and European cultural studies. Hinds was remembered with particular affection by his students and colleagues, who established this prize. It is awarded to the student who does the most outstanding work in the humanities.
Quaternary Research Association
The Society and its Research Groups offer a variety of awards for outstanding undergraduate and postgraduate research. UK departments are encouraged to submit innovative, high quality thesis research. Each year we recognise excellence in geographical research through our prestigious Medals and awards. This award is made for the best undergraduate dissertation in a UK geography department. Send one dissertation submission per department by email to rhed rgs.
The prize will be awarded on the basis of the candidate's ability to produce and communicate insights relevant to the problem of global priority-setting, as demonstrated by their undergraduate thesis, dissertation, or other substantive work forming part of their graduation semester. Undergraduate students from any university may apply, so long as their thesis topic tackles a question related to global priorities research. Applicants do not have to be based in economics or philosophy departments, as long as their thesis has relevance for those fields.