Special Paper Competition Submission Categories
All submissions for the special paper competitions must follow the Annual Meeting paper submission guidelines and must include a completed Submission Form indicating for which competition they are submitting a paper. For more information on submission, see Submission Instructions. The Submission Form can be found at 2013_Submission Form.
Best Formal Paper by an Early Career Scholar – $500 prize
The Association is pleased to announce a competition for the best paper submitted by an Early Career Scholar, in practical or professional Ethics (An Early Career Scholar is defined as one who has received a Ph.D. or other terminal degree within the last eight years.) Up to three awards may be made in this category.
Karen M.T. Muskavitch Award for Graduate Work in Research Ethics – $500 Prize
The Association is pleased to announce a competition for the best paper submitted by a graduate student on the topic of research ethics. Papers may focus on topics in research ethics, or innovative and effective approaches for teaching and engaging students in research ethics. Award winners also receive free registration to the Annual Meeting.
Best Formal Paper by a Graduate Student – $500 Prize
The Association is pleased to announce a competition for the best paper submitted by a graduate student in practical or professional ethics. Award winners also receive free registration to the Annual Meeting.
A select number of submissions in the above competitions will be considered for publication in the International Journal of Applied Philosophy.
Best Formal Papers on Pre-College Ethics – First Prize $750, Second Prize $500
The Association, with support of the Squire Family Foundation, sponsors a competition to advance the work of those interested in pre-college ethics. The Association for Practical and Professional Ethics will present an award for the top two papers submitted on innovative and effective approaches to teaching pre-college ethics or involving pre-college students in ethics education.
Undergraduate Formal Paper Competition – Free Registration
The Association is pleased to invite undergraduate students to submit papers on any topic in practical and professional ethics. Award winners also receive free registration to the Annual Meeting.
For further information and submission guidelines, please consult the APPE website at: http://appeonline.com/ or contact the office at: Association for Practical and Professional Ethics, 618 East Third Street, Bloomington, Indiana 47405-3602; Telephone (812) 855-6450; FAX (812) 856-4969
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