2014 ESST European Award for Aspiring Undergraduates
The European Masters Programme in Society, Science and Technology (ESST) is sponsoring an award of 1,000 € for the best undergraduate essay on the connection between science and society (or technology and society). Undergraduates of all fields, studying at any European university, are eligible to apply. Science and technology students could submit an essay that links a topic that they study to social issues. Submissions from students who major in the humanities and the social sciences are equally welcomed. Deadline: 30 June, 2014.
The members of the 2014 award committee are:
• Ericka Johnson, Linköping University
• Peter Danholt, Aarhus University
• Vasiliki Baka, IT University of Copenhagen
How to apply:
Applications should consist of a cover sheet (available at www.esst.eu), completed and scanned, and a double-spaced pdf copy of the student essay. Essays must be between 2,000 and 3,000 words (in English). Applicants may not submit more than one piece of work. Applications should be emailed to Aristotle Tympas (University of Athens), the 2014 ESST Award coordinator, at: firstname.lastname@example.org. E-mail your application by the 30th of June of 2014 and expect a confirmation of its reception within a week.
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