Anthony Jung Award Information
Anthony Jung Award for Best Graduate Student Presentation
For his service to the European Studies Conference and his support of
The Anthony Jung Award carries a $250 prize.
The full text of the winning paper will be published in the ESC Selected Proceedings.
- Graduate students participating in the European Studies Conference must be pre-registered for the conference at the time of submission.
- Graduate students submit the presentation by e-mail attachment to Dr. Halla Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org by September 15.
- Submissions are reviewed by the Award Selection Committee made up of the members of the ESC Steering Committee. Selection is based on a ranking according to five criteria: originality of research; scholarly context (reference to current research on topic); mechanics and style; coherent thesis statement; and contribution in the field of study. The award will be announced at the current convention. Past recipients of the award are not eligible to compete for another award. Only one submission per person per year can be accepted.
Recipients of the Anthony Jung Award for Best Conference Paper by a Graduate Student:
|2010||Leslie Anne Anderson, CUNY|
|2011||Annett Wienmeister, University of Jena, Germany|
|2011||Gerry Wolfson, GrandeRollins College|
|2012||Morgan M. Rich, University of Florida|
|2013||Gerry Wolfson-Grande, Rollins College|
|2014||Stephen Lawson, Saint Louis University|
|2015||Alessia Zulato, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign|
|2016||Bethany Valliant, University of Nebraska Omaha|
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