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(Open to all University of Delaware Undergraduates)
Topic: An opinion piece defending a view on any ethical issue.
Two winners receive $750 each!
Deadline: Tuesday, April 11, 2023
One entry per student
Entries should be a maximum of 1200 words
Email entries in PDF format to Joel Pust (email@example.com)
Do not include identifying information in the PDF file
Entries will be judged by Philosophy faculty looking for the best arguement BEST ARGUMENT in defense of the most interesting ethical view
Winners announced Wednesday, May 3, 2023, on the Philosophy Department website
This contest is financially supported by the Class of 1955 Ethics Endowment Fund.
For more information, please email Deborah Biddle (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Nick at Phish Big Cypress Y2K Concert
Established by Molly McKaughan, of Montclair, New Jersey, in honor and memory of her son Nick. Nick was a senior philosophy major who died unexpectedly on February 27, 2001.
A prize of $1000 and certificate of recognition. Awarded annually to a junior majoring in philosophy who, in the judgment of the philosophy faculty, is an outstanding student as indicated by overall academic record, especially in philosophy, and who shows the most enthusiasm in his or her spirit of philosophical inquiry.
The first prize was awarded, in the summer of 2001, to Jeremy Cushing.
The Palmer Prize was established in the memory of Lucia Palmer, a highly regarded Professor of Philosophy who taught at the University of Delaware for many years. It includes a cash prize that is awarded annually to the Philosophy major with the highest GPA.