Spring 2019 Prindle Prize Submission Form
Deadline: May 1, 2019 Submission requirements: Must be an assignment from the Spring 2019 semester. Abstract/Addendum: -If the paper or project explicitly includes ethical reflection or obviously discusses an ethics issue (e.g. a paper on moral philosophy, public policy, a social justice issue, etc.), please include a 250-500 word abstract of the paper. -If the paper or project does not explicitly involve moral reflection or discuss an ethical issue (i.e. a science research project, a computer science assignment, a painting, a sculpture, etc.), please include an addendum of up to 1000 words in which you explain how ethics relates to the project. For example, you might wish to highlight the moral implications of your research project, or explain how your artwork communicates a message relating to ethics. Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions about the abstract/addendum requirement.
Course Name (all submissions for the Coursework prizes must be from Spring 2019 DePauw classes)
Is This a Group Project?
Visual, Performing, and Literary Arts
Upload Essay/Project (please remove name or other identifying information)
Does the project explicitly address an ethical issue? (Projects that do not as obviously address an ethical issue will have the opportunity to attach a supplemental discussion of how ethics relates to the project)
Yes, and I will include an abstract of 250-500 words of the assignment and it's connection to ethics.
No, and I will include an ethics statement of up to 1000 words that discusses how ethics relates to the project.
Upload Abstract or Ethics Statement here
Alternative Submission Link: For certain projects (e.g. a technology project or a piece of artwork) it may be easier to link to your project instead of uploading it. Please do so here.
I confirm that my paper and abstract are fully anonymized.
How did you hear about Prindle Prizes?
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My professor told me about it
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