Mullins Prize deadline – July 7th

The Nicholas C. Mullins Award is awarded each year by the Society for

Social Studies of Science (4S) for an outstanding piece of scholarship by

a graduate student in the field of Science and Technology Studies. The

prize consists of a check for $US 1,000 and a plaque.

The competition is for graduate student papers in the field of science and

technology studies, including unpublished papers, published articles, and

dissertation chapters. Dissertation chapters should be adapted so as to

make them “stand-alone.” The work may not be older than two years at the

time of submission. A graduate student can only make one submission a

year.

The deadline for submitting nominations has been extended until July 7.

Eligible students may self-nominate. For eligibility requirements and

submission guidelines, see:

http://www.4sonline.org/mullins.htm