Student Presentation Awards
Rules for Entering Undergraduate and Graduate Student Competition
(This should be read by both students and faculty who help students submit abstracts)
Prizes will be awarded for outstanding papers presented by undergraduate and graduate students in both oral and poster APS sessions at meetings of the Texas Section. In order to compete, the following must be done:
- The student must be the first author and presenter of the paper.
- At the bottom of the Abstract page, after the name and address of the submitting APS member, students must indicate either "Undergraduate Student Competition" or "Graduate Student Competition" as appropriate and list their name and mailing address. Or if submitting electronically, in the Special instructions line, enter either undergraduate or graduate as appropriate. This is very important, otherwise the organizers can not guess whether you are a student or whether you want to compete. Faculty: if you submit the abstract for the student, you should do this if you want to have your student judg ed in the competition.
- Students may compete in only one paper. In general only one APS abstract is accepted with the same first author.