Applications should be emailed to Mark Elam ([email protected]), the 2019 ESST Prize Coordinator.
E-mail your essay by 26th July 2019 and expect confirmation of its acceptance within a week.
Undergraduate Winner: Mathias Schäffer (Sheffield), ‘The presence of the absent mother in Gerbrand Bakker’s ‘A very interesting topic and a good amount of research has gone into the essay.
It is a well-structured, very readable essay that takes account of the reader and provides enough information in order for the reader to understand the issues fully.’ ‘Swerts argues convincingly that in his political choices the Flemish politician and nationalist historian Hendrik Elias was guided – or misguided – by his highly particular philosophy of history.
The 47-year-old currently works at RCBC’s Willingboro Campus in the Adult Basic Education program.
She said she plans to transfer to a university after graduation to earn a degree in behavioral science and aspires to be a behavioral therapist.The ESST Undergraduate Essay Prize is an annual prize of 500 € awarded to the best-submitted paper on some aspect of science, technology and society relations.The aim of the prize is to attract further aspiring young students to the interdisciplinary fields of Science and Technology Studies and Innovation Studies.Lori Niles, of Burlington, and Morgane Lohner, of Pennsauken, won first and second place, respectively, in Rowan College at Burlington County’s National Distance Learning Week Scholarship Essay Contest, sponsored by the Distance Education Office, RCBC Foundation, and the College Bookstore, which is managed by Follett.Niles, a liberal arts and sciences major, won a free online credit class, which she will use to fulfill one of her last associate degree requirements.Together with the excellent postgraduate paper by Kasper Swerts, the essay prize 2016 is a testimony to the strength and the breadth of Dutch Studies: history, politics, philosophy, literature, linguistics, it is all there.Thank you to all entrants for their essays and a special thanks for our panel of readers for their hard work and expert verdict!Lohner, a 3 1 psychology student in her junior year at RCBC, won a free abnormal psychology textbook.The 26-year-old mother of a 6-month-old child said she chose to take classes online because it was easier for her to juggle her responsibilities, which includes working two jobs.Student Essay Prize (Undergraduate) 2018 Awarded as part of the June 2018 round for her essay ' Hand-knitted Bathing Suits and Young Wage Earners in the 1930s'.Emmy Sale graduated from the BA (Hons) Fashion and Dress History programme at University of Brighton in 2018.