The Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) announces an annual student research competition in the applied social and behavioral sciences. The first place winner of the Competition will receive a cash prize of $3,000 as well as $350 to partially offset the cost of transportation and two nights lodging at the annual meeting of the Society. In addition, the winner receives an engraved crystal trophy. Cash prizes of $1,500 to second place and $750 to third place will also be awarded, as well as a $350 travel stipend and two nights lodging. open to any graduate or undergraduate student registered at a college or university during the calendar year immediately preceding the presentation of the award.
To be considered for the Peter K. New Prize, students should submit a previously unpublished manuscript based on original field research in the social sciences. The prize-winning author must present the paper in person at the Society for Applied Anthropology annual meeting