Center for Research on Vermont - Student Awards for Vermont Research
2012 Bryan and Nuquist Awards Guidelines
March 15, 2012 Note:
Committees would appreciate if
planning to enter the 2010 competition would submit letters
intent to the Center by February 15, 2012. Subsequent Note: A letter of intent is NO LONGER REQUIRED.
Along with providing
services to Vermont researchers,
educators, and the public, the Center constantly seeks new ways to
promote and facilitate Vermont research. One such innovation, begun in
1982, is the
Nuquist Award, a statewide competition to encourage
undergraduate research on Vermont topics. Named in memory of UVM
Political Science Professor Andrew E. Nuquist and cosponsored byVermont
Life Magazine, this award is offered annually for a project
exemplifying outstanding undergraduate treatment of a Vermont theme. In
1997 the Center inaugurated an
award in memory of George B. Bryan (1939–1996), Professor of
Theatre and former Director of the Center for Research on Vermont, for
excellence in student research on Vermont as exemplified in a
one-semester course project.
Students who are entering the competitions are required
to download, sign, and
submit a Submission
. The form is published in Adobe Portable
Format (PDF) which requires Adobe
Acrobat Reader. The image below links to Adobe.com where this can be
downloaded for free. Otherwise, click the "Submission Permission Form"
launch Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Bryan Award Recipients: 1997 - Present
Nuquist Award Recipients: 1982 - Present
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