NEW INTERNATIONAL PRIZE FOR BEETLE SCIENTISTS
MICHAEL A. IVIE
ueymi at MSU.OSCS.MONTANA.EDU
Wed Dec 21 15:53:10 CST 1994
The Coleopterists Society has instituted a new international prize for
the best paper on beetles published in a calendar year, and based on
a PhD dissertation. Nominations are solicited from the scientific community
for this Prize.
The Coleopterists Society
Announces the First Annual Competition
Jean Theodore Lacordaire Prize
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
LACORDAIRE PRIZE FOR 1994
FOR THE BEST PAPER BASED UPON A DOCTORAL
The 1994 Lacordaire Prize will be awarded to the author of the best paper
dealing with the systematics or biology of the Coleoptera, based upon a
doctoral dissertation, published in the calendar year 1994. Nominations are
solicited, and the Prize will be awarded, according to the following
procedures and criteria.
Nominations are open to papers whose primary subject is some aspect of
Coleopteran systematics or biology, published in a widely distributed,
paper and ink format, and in a publication available by subscription
(journal) or sale (book). Publications in any language using the Latin
alphabet are acceptable. Only single authored papers are eligible.
Nominations consist of a letter of nomination including the name and citation
of the publication, the name and current address of the author, a letter from
the major professor attesting to the fact that the paper is based upon a
doctoral dissertation, and 6 reprints of the work (no photocopies, please).
No further documentation is required. If available, a black and white
photograph of the author is requested for publicity purposes. Nomination
materials cannot be returned. Self-nominations are not accepted.
For further information or to make a nomination, contact:
Dr. Michael A. Ivie, Chair
Lacodaire Prize Selection Committee
c/o Department of Entomology
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 59717
ueymi at msu.oscs.montana.edu
FAX (406) 994-6029
Deadline for RECEIPT of Nominations 01 MAY 1995
ANNOUNCING A NEW INTERNATIONAL PRIZE FOR THE BEST
DISSERTATION-BASED PUBLICATION ON THE COLEOPTERA
The Lacodaire Prize is designed to recognize the finest work by young
Coleopterists, as represented by their dissertation-based publications.
In addition to a cash prize of US$300 and plaque, the
Prize represents the attainment of the highest achievement among the
international community of scientists working on the biology and evolution
of the beetles. Papers enter competition for the Prize grouped by the
calendar year of publication. Nominations from the scientific community
at-large and a distinguished panel of world leaders of the
coleopterist community are judged by a Selection Committee of recognized
researchers. Their selection is forwarded to the President of
the Coleopterists Society, and voted upon by the Executive
Committee of the Society. Awards are presented at the annual
meeting of the Coleopterists Society, in December of the year
following the competition period.
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