Alan Ingham Award


Introduction

Prizes & Eligibility

About Alan Ingham 


How to Enter 

Phase 1

If you wish to be considered for the Alan Ingham Award please:

  • complete and return the Entry Form which can be downloaded below
  • supply a 400-word summary of your dissertation studies which would form the basis of your feature article for soundings and/or presentation at a Hydro conference

Your form must be endorsed by a tutor/lecturer at the university where you are/were studying.

All forms and summaries must be received by 31st December.


Up to six candidates will be short-listed to proceed to Phase 2.

All entrants will be notified of the outcome of Phase 1 by 20th January.

Phase 2

The short-listed candidates are required to submit their 1500-2000 word paper for Soundings by 15th March.

They will receive guidelines on the preparation of their paper when they are notified of their selection.

Adjudication of Phase 2 and eventual selection of the Alan Ingham Award winner and runners-up will be based on the 1500-2000 word papers.

All candidates will be notified of the results in April.

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