The Western History Association Graduate Student Prize: Applications due June 1

By May 3, 2018

The Western History Association is pleased to accept applications for the WHA Graduate Student Prize. Inaugurated in 2014, the prize is designed to foster graduate student professional development and to enhance collegial citizenship within the organization. Up to ten students may receive the award. Each recipient will receive: a one-year WHA Membership, complimentary conference registration and tickets to the Welcoming Reception and Graduate Student Reception, and three nights of lodging in the conference hotel.

Prize ResponsibilitiesPrize winners must attend the WHA conference in the award year. The WHA Graduate Student Prize may be held concurrently with other WHA graduate student awards. WHA Graduate Student Prize winners are expected to be active in the organization through service on WHA committees and/or through participation in annual conference events and attendance at conference sessions. In addition, WHA Graduate Student Prize winners will act as co-hosts of the Graduate Student Reception each year.

More importantly, each WHA Graduate Student Prize winner must submit a two-page post-conference report to the WHA no later than December 31 of the award year. Details on report requirements will be included with the award letter.

To apply, please submit the following electronically to WHAGraduateStudentPrize@gmail.com:

1) application cover page (name, contact information, institutional affiliation, year of study, and the names of thesis or dissertation committee members)

2) curriculum vitae

3) a brief (one page) description of your interest in this prize and an assessment of how this prize will foster your professional goals

Late submissions will not be reviewed. Incomplete submissions will not be reviewed. Winners will be notified in August.

Application Submission Deadline: June 1, 2018 

More details can be found on the WHA website.

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