Williams Prize Competition in East Asian Studies

April 4, 2018

The Williams Prize is awarded to an undergraduate senior in any department at Yale University for an outstanding paper completed during the current academic year on a Chinese, Japanese, or Korean subject.

Course papers may be submitted.  Please note that you are REQUIRED to have a written endorsement of your submission. This endorsement need not be from the advisor for whom you originally wrote the paper or senior essay, but it must be made by a faculty member of the Council on East Asian Studies.  In either case, please allow time for the faculty to submit their written endorsement to the Council on East Asian Studies before the deadline.

PLEASE SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING TO nicholas.disantis@yale.edu NO LATER THAN 5:00 PM, Tuesday, April 24th:

ONE ELECTRONIC COPY OF YOUR PAPER

WRITTEN ENDORSEMENT FROM A FACULTY MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL ON EAST ASIAN STUDIES

A SEPARATE PAGE THAT LISTS:

  • your complete legal name; 
  • current campus mailing address and telephone/cell number;
  • Yale College affiliation;
  • UPI number
  • Student Identification (SID) number
  • other prizes or awards that your paper is being considered for at Yale

Best regards and good luck!

The Council on East Asian Studies