The Hacker-Mullins Award recognizes the best student paper in the area of science, knowledge, and technology. The winner receives a $250 prize.
Eligibility: Papers must have been written while the author was enrolled as a student. Published papers are eligible.
Deadlines: HARD COPIES (no electronic submissions) must be received by all committee members by March 1, 2008.
Please see here for committee information.
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This award recognizes an outstanding book published in the sociology of science, knowledge, and technology.
Eligibilty: Monographs published in 2007, 2006, and 2005.
Deadlines: Books must be received by March 1, 2008. Nominations do not have to include a description of the books or its merits, and may be made by publishers, the author, or any other person.
One copy of the nominated book should be sent to the committee members. Please see the full award information here for contact information.