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ET&C Best Student Paper Award
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This award is given annually to the best student paper published (or accepted) during the past year. In order to qualify, the senior author must be a member of SETAC and be a student or recent graduate reporting on research conducted as a student, but not postdoctoral research.

Qualifying papers accepted for publication in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry are sent to the Student Presentations Committee of the Global Awards and Fellowships Committee together with the review comments from the Editorial Board of the journal for selection of the best paper.

Past Winners:

  • Ryan Prosser, Environment Canada, 2014
  • Yamini Gopalapillai, University of Guelphn, 2013
  • Michel Lavoie, INRS-ETE, 2012

 

To be considered for this award you must:

  • Indicate at the time of manuscript submission that the paper is to be considered for this award.
  • Submit a letter requesting that the paper be considered for the selection process and briefly describe the author's contribution to the paper. The letter must be submitted electronically to the SETAC Office, Pensacola, Florida, USA: setac@setac.org.
  • Submit a letter of recommendation from the author's advisor supporting the author's contribution to the paper. The letter must be submitted electronically to the SETAC Office, Pensacola, Florida, USA: setac@setac.org.
  • One high-resolution photo

The awardee will be announced at the SETAC North America 356th Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah , 1- 5 November 2015.

To submit:

ALL applications must be submitted electronically to setac@setac.org. Applications submitted by MAIL or FAX will NOT be accepted. Completed application deadline 30 April 2015

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