To encourage graduate students to present papers at its meetings, the Historical Astronomy Division (HAD) of the American Astronomical Society will present up to one award for each of its meetings.
The award will consist of $500, to be paid after the meeting at which the student presents a paper, either oral or display.
Any current graduate student is eligible. A student may not receive the award more than once.
Starting in 2014 the application deadline is one month before the regular (not late) deadline for submission of abstracts for the meeting. Thus the deadline will usually be September 1 for the January meetings with the AAS. To apply, the student should send the abstract of the paper to the HAD Secretary-Treasurer. The student’s academic advisor should also send a message stating that the student is currently enrolled and will not complete the doctorate before the meeting.
The HAD Committee will make the decision and inform the recipient before the deadline to submit the abstract to the American Astronomical Society. The Committee reserves the right to make no award for any given meeting.
|2011 January||Clifford J. Cunningham, James Cook University|
|2012 January||Matthew Whitehouse, University of Arizona|