Best Canadian Studies Undergraduate Essay/Thesis (2017-18)

 

Description: This prize is awarded annually to an outstanding interdisciplinary undergraduate research-based essay written by a full-time or part-time undergraduate student enrolled in a Canadian Studies Program at a Canadian university for an outstanding essay on a Canadian subject.

Award: The winner will receive a $100 prize and a one-year membership in the CSN

Nomination: Only Canadian Studies Department or Programs that are institutional members in good standing of the CSN-REC can submit an essay for consideration. Only submit one essay per program or department can be submitted each year. Essay/theses should not bear any comments, grades, or other notations and should be a minimum of 15 pages in length, not including citations and references. Full contact information for both the student and the nominating faculty must be included in the package, along with contact information for the program submitting the nomination. The essays/theses must be submitted electronically to the CSN no later than 30 June. Entries must be sent to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Eligibility: The essay must have been written as part of an undergraduate credit course at a Canadian University during the academic year immediately before this prize is awarded.
Selection: An interdisciplinary panel composed of CSN Executive Members and its Advisory Council will select the winner. The selection panel reserves the right not to award the prize in any given year. The winner will normally be announced by the CSN in September. There will be no appeals of the panel's decision.