Writing about science, tech, and society? Apply for Benjamin Siegel Prize by Feb. 28

February 13, 2014

The Benjamin Siegel Prize of $2500 is offered to the MIT student submitting the best written work on issues in science, technology, and society. The Prize is open to graduate and undergraduate students from any school or department of the Institute. Email one electronic (PDF) copy of a single-authored work of no more than 50 pages written within the last two academic years to: Randyn Miller at randyn@mit.edu. Include one cover page with author identification, contact information, year, and program of study. Do not include any identifiers within the body of the work. The deadline for submission is Friday, February 28, 2014. The Siegel Prize was established in 1990 by family and friends of the late Benjamin Siegal (S.B. 1938, Ph.D.). For more information, visit the website or call (617) 253-3452. Photo by Chase Elliott.

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