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 spotlight: Science, Technology and Society writing prize
 

The Benjamin Siegel Prize of $2000 is offered to the MIT student submitting the best written work on issues in science, technology, and society. The Prize is open to undergraduate and graduate students from any school or department of the Institute.


 
  Home - MIT Submit one copy of a single-authored work of no more than 50 pages written during the 2002-2003 academic year. Deadline for submission is November 13, 2003.

The prize was established in 1990 by family and friends of the late Benjamin Siegel (S.B. 1938, Ph.D.) a pioneer in the development of modern electron microscopy.

The 2002 winner of the Siegel Prize was Shane Hamilton, Ph.D. candidate, Program in the History and Social Study of Science and Technology.

Submit entries to:
SIEGEL PRIZE COMMITTEE - STS Program - E51-185
stsprogram@mit.edu - 617-253-3452

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