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Need some tips on applying for future prizes? Interested in learning how winning could help your career? Read inspiring stories from our previous award-winners below.
Dr. Christian Ghanem
ESWRA Annual Award for an outstanding publication in European social work research based on a dissertation
“One of the big challenges many PhD students are confronted with is the requirement to get a paper published. Even though I still feel like a freshman, I want to share some key experiences related to successfully publishing a journal paper based on dissertation work.”
Materials Science & Technology Literature Review Prize runner-up
“Define the scope of your review so that it is manageable, not too large or small; it may be necessary to focus on recent advances if the field is well established…”
Winner of Third World Quarterly‘s 2017 Edward Said Prize
“I would like to thank the ISA Global Development Studies (GDS) Section and Third World Quarterly for honouring me with the 2017 Edward Said Prize. I applied on a whim and was genuinely very surprised—but of course very excited—to learn that my paper had won.”
Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy Best Paper Award 2017
“I have been presenting results from my doctoral research at international conferences since 2014. I attended the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meetings to present papers in 2015 and 2016, and learned about the prize from seeing other researchers receive it.”
2016 Research Prize of the Société Botanique de France
“It was indeed with a great surprise that I received the news that I had won…the award is definitely encouraging and is evidence that I am engaged in exciting research. More critically, this award will boost my research as it will provide the badly needed financial support to further my research.”