The Nancy Hirschberg Memorial Prize for Undergraduate Excellence in Psychology is an annual prize for the best paper or report written by an undergraduate in Psychology 397 (independent study), 399 (independent research), or in one of the laboratory courses. Nominations for the Hirschberg Prize are made by faculty members. Eligible papers should be the work of one undergraduate (that is, projects planned and/or carried out by groups of students are not eligible) and may be either reports of empirical research or integrative reviews of previously published research. Winners are announced at the Awards Banquet and given a cash prize.
To submit a paper, send it to Dr. Evelyn Behar at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, April 6.