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Winning Essays. Winners of the Twentieth Annual BERKELEY PRIZE Essay Competition are announced by Professor Raymond Lifchez, Chair of the Berkeley Undergraduate Prize for Architectural Design Excellence. This year there is one First Prize, one Second Prize, one Third Prize, and two Fourth Prize Winners. First Place Prize. Mr. Wandisile Kona, Bachelor of Architectural Studies student in the.
Duncan Tanner Essay Prize 2020 Entries now open. Twentieth Century British History ( TCBH ) is pleased to sponsor an annual Essay Prize.The aim of the Duncan Tanner Essay Prize is to encourage a high standard of scholarship amongst postgraduate research students in Britain and abroad.
Publication: The grand prize winning essay will be published in Science and essays from the each of the category winners will be published online. Application deadline: The application period for.
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WINNING ESSAYS COLLECTION. 2 Bulgarian Creative Writing Competition in English is intended to foster creative thinking in Bulgarian students of English, and to encourage the use of the language in a fun way. In 2011, Bulgaria began participating in a competition called the International Writing Olympics, a contest created and run by Peace Corps volunteers all over the world since 2003. In its.
The Monetary Policy Essay Prize 2021 The 2021 prize was launched on 3rd August with the question “Will the pandemic be inflationary or disinflationary?”. This Essay Prize is open to current Year 12 and Year 13 students as well as all Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students at UK universities, with a deadline on 18th January 2021. To find out more and to enter the 2021 prize, click here.
After much deliberation and plenty of fun reading, the ATP editorial team has selected four winners for the first installment of its Fan Essay Contest. Writers aged 18 and under were challenged to write an essay of 500 words or less on the topic: 'How has an ATP Tour player motivated or inspired you?' The winning entries are featured below.