Congratulations to Elle Sullivan, Michael Begun and Sydney Reitz, the winners of the 2014 John Crerar Foundation Science Writing Prize for College Students.
1st place prize
REM Sleep: The Enigma that Remains by Elle Sullivan
2nd place prize
A History of Inconceivability by Michael Begun
2nd place prize winner
Starting with the Man in the Mirror: Psychopathy, Mirror Neurons, and the Legal System by Sydney Reitz
This year there was a tie for 2nd place.
The annual John Crerar Foundation Science Writing Prize for College Students honors the memory of John Crerar – industrialist and philanthropist whose estate established the John Crerar Library.
This competitive award for excellence and clarity in science writing acknowledges the ability of a University of Chicago College student to produce a paper, on a scientific topic, which is thorough in its arguments but accessible to a broad readership.
First Prize is $1500
Second Prize is $500