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RES Student Award

RES STUDENT AWARD
Award Criteria Any article about an entomological topic that would be of interest to the general public. The article to be easy to read, in a popular style and no longer than 800 words.
Prize Winner £350, runner up £250, third place £150, all three articles published in 'Antenna'.
Eligibility Undergraduates and postgraduates on both full and part-time study.
Cycle Annual, entries accepted until 31st December, winner/s announced early in the following year.
Adjudication Three Fellows of the Society.
Entry Entry forms downloadable or available from the Society. All entries to the Registrar. Electronic attachment preferred, with Student I.D. to the Registrar email: bill@royensoc.co.uk

 

RES STUDENT AWARD PRIZEWINNERS

Prizewinners for the Student Essay Award 2013 are as follows:-

FIRST PRIZE £350

Galen Cobb - College of Wooster in Wooster, Ohio

The Lessons of the Lepidopteran.

RUNNER UP £250

Sarah Luke - University of Cambridge

Worlds within worlds, within a changing world.

THIRD PRIZE £150

Mariana De Niz - University of Bern, Switzerland

Sweet dreams and the Vitruvian fly.

Prizewinners for the Student Essay Award 2012 are as follows:-

FIRST PRIZE £350

Ciarán Pollard - National University of Ireland, Maynooth

The trials and tribulations of a researcher - the case of the mysterious iron capsules.

RUNNER UP £250

Isobel Routledge - Oxford University (Wadham College)

Parasitic Puppetry: Modification of Host Behaviour.

THIRD PRIZE £150

Kayla Barnes - LSTM

The Chosen One.

Prizewinners for the Student Essay Award 2011 are as follows:-

FIRST PRIZE £350

Lizzie Elliot, University of Plymouth

A not so brief encounter. My tentative steps into the world of classification.

RUNNER UP £250

Karina Vanadzina, University of Warwick

Engineering the Brocade of Life: What it Takes to Be a 21st Century Silkworm.

THIRD PRIZE £150

Maria Grant, University of Plymouth

Ultrasonic Battles - the ancient sonar arms race between prey and predator.