To learn more about the Essay Writing Competition for MDC high school students, as well as the Center for Women's and Gender Studies, including its Bachelor's degrees and sample courses, please read below. An award ceremony will be held at the MDC Women's Park in May (date TBD). MDC high school juniors and seniors are eligible to enter the contest.
In an effort to support DC students expand their knowledge and interest in chiropractic sports medicine, the ACBSP is developing an annual scholarship award essay competition. Interested students will write and submit an essay on a particular topic. Winners of the essay competion will receive complimentary registration to the symposium and will also have the opportunity to meet and spend dedicated time with sports medicine doctors to discuss the field of sports medicine and to present questions about the sports medicine specialty. This dedicated time will allow students to learn about the pathways to achieve their goals and gain an inside perspective on the experiences of the elite sports medicine practitioner. Each doctor will have two assigned winners for one hour.
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All essays submitted for the Lincoln Essay Competition are due to Hildene on or before February 12, at 5:00 pm. Entries may be dropped off by hand at the Welcome Center. For more information or to receive a packet of materials, call Stephanie Moffett Hynds at 367-7960 or email her. Download an application packet here. Sponsored by The Perfect Wife Restaurant and Spiral Press Cafe.
The Berkeley Undergraduate Prize for Design Excellence endowment was established in the Department of Architecture at the College of Environmental Design to promote the investigation of architecture as a social art. Each year the PRIZE Committee selects a topic important to the understanding of the interaction of people and the built world that becomes the focus of the Essay Competition. This year the topic is: Architects Confront Poverty.To celebrate the , is launching an essay competition based on the 'In Your Element' feature that appears on the last page of every issue of the journal. We invite aspiring science writers to submit an 'In Your Element'-style essay on any one of the following elements — helium, nitrogen, sodium, copper, bromine, indium or plutonium. The winning essays will be published in and authors of the winning entries will also receive a year-long subscription (print and online) to the journal.