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IETHICS Francis Harbour grad student paper award - deadline extended

Call for Nominations!  

We are soliciting nominations for the annual Frances V. Harbour Award for the best paper presented by a graduate student at the 2017 Baltimore ISA conference in a panel sponsored by the International Ethics section.  We accept nominations by any member of the International Ethics section, chairs or discussants of panels sponsored (or co-sponsored) by the section, as well as self-nominations. The winner will receive a $100 cash prize and will be announced and recognized at the 2018 International Ethics section business meeting. 

The award honors the memory of Frances V. Harbour, who was instrumental in the establishment of the International Ethics section, and her commitment to the field of International Ethics, specifically her dedication to teaching students and mentorship of younger scholars.  

Recipients must meet the following criteria:
1. Hold membership in the ISA. 
2. Have presented the nominated paper on an International Ethics section panel (sponsor or co-sponsor) at the most recent (2017) Annual Convention. 
3. Have been a graduate student at the time the paper was presented.
4. Co-authored papers are eligible provided that each author is a graduate student at the time the paper was presented.

The (revised) deadline for nominations this year is September 1, 2017.

Nominations should be submitted with the eligible author’s permission, and should include the contact information of the nominee, as well as a copy of the relevant paper. Nominations should be submitted electronically to the chair of the award committee, Eric Heinze:  


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