Student Paper Award
2018 AAG-RTS Student Paper Competition Winner is Jacob Henry, from the University of Hawai’i at Manao.
The AAG-RTS offers a prize to the best student paper(s) presented at the conference. This prize is open to RTS student members at both the Master’s and PhD level. The prize is a cash award of up to $200. We reserve the right to award more than one paper with the prize, and in such a case, split the award appropriately.
Eligibility Criteria & Deadlines
To be eligible, you must
- be enrolled as a graduate student by the AAG’s official abstract submission date (October 25th, 2017)
- register to attend and present at the AAG annual meeting
- submit a research paper* based on your annual meeting presentation (papers must be submitted by April 1st in order to be eligible for the award)
Members of the AAG-RTS board, assisted by senior scholars attending the Annual Meeting, will review each submission and attend the presentations of the participating students.
*Students are encouraged to submit a single-authored paper. However, we will accept papers co-authored with other students. We cannot accept papers co-authored with non-students (e.g., supervisors or other faculty).
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the AAG-RTS Chair, Jillian Rickly: firstname.lastname@example.org
Instructions for paper submission
Please also include a Cover Page, with the following information:
- Paper title
- AAG PIN
The focus is on quality, not quantity, and all papers between 5,000 and 10,000 words will be considered. The maximum length is 10,000 words, including the abstract, text body, tables and references.