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Awards of $1,500 and one award of $10,000 to USA, Canada, and International individuals to recognize exceptional research on social change issues in any related field. Research that has been completed within the past three years and has been published or is intended for publication in a peer-reviewed journal may be submitted for this prize.
The College awards three prizes for research that provides insights that:
Research may come from any discipline and will be judged by its relevance for use in driving social change through communication. Work from previous entrants has come from diverse disciplines, including public health, communication, sociology, social psychology, neuroscience and political science, though future entires are by no means limited to those disciplines.
A review board made up of academic scholars and public interest communications practitioners will review entries and vote for the top three papers based on the following criteria:
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