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CRITOPH PRIZE entries are due by noon next Thursday, February 17! Details abound at the way spiffy SASA website, http://www.cas.gsu.edu/sasa/, where clicking on “2011 CONFERENCE” will take you right to a page that has info on this Prize For Best Paper By A Grad Student At The Biennial Conference. That info includes these lines:
In 2011 the winner is . . .
TBA. Each graduate student who is presenting
a paper at our next biennial conference may
enter on-line, like so:
sending the completed paper as a pdf
attached to an e-mail addressed to
, by noon
EST on Thursday, February 17, i.e.,
the first day of our Atlanta conference
Looking forward, y’all, looking forward,
Here’s the special e-mail address for on-line entries in this year’s CRITOPH PRIZE competition—
—and here’s the deal: rather than having to lug four hard copies of one’s paper to Fairfax and hand them over, there, graduate students who are presenting papers at the February 12-14 ‘009 SASA conference can—and should!—submit them on-line, via the e-mail address that appears above.
Graduate students who’ll be giving a paper at SASA: you know who you are!, and now you know to submit your paper, on-line, by noon the first day of the conference, i.e., by noon Thursday, February 12.
For everyone else reading this reminder: hmmmmm, isn’t there a graduate student you know and/or work with whom you might remind to Submit Now?
Safe travels to us all,
Chair, SASA’s CritophPrize.comm
URL for Southern ASA’s brand-new website is http://sasa.gmu.edu
announcing winner and runner-up for SASA’s ‘007 Critoph Prize AND recipients of our first-ever Graduate Student Travel Awards
Update on our prize for best paper by a graduate student at our biennial conference.