This award was established by the Northern Great Plains History Conference Council to honor the memory of Larry Rowen Remele. A longtime editor of North Dakota History, Remele was serving as council chair at the time of his death in 1988. As a founder of the council, a program coordinator and conference promoter he contributed significantly to the vibrant intellectual atmosphere of the conference. The Larry Rowen Remele Award is granted annually to a person, who in the Remele tradition, has performed outstanding work for the conference.
The best research paper presented by a graduate student at the 2013 Northern Great Plains History Conference will receive a $200 prize, a plaque and a banquet ticket.
To be eligible for this award, authors must be enrolled in a graduate program at an accredited college or university at the time the paper is presented.
Submitters are eligible to compete only for this prize or any other prize offered in conjunction with the conference (e. g. Society for Military History prize).
Submissions must be scholarly research papers that conform to the conference’s length requirements.
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The Society for Military History – First Division Museum Prize for the Best Paper by a Graduate Student in Military History Presented to the Northern Great Plains History Conference is currently valued at $400 ($200 from the SMH, $200 from First Division Museum Cantigny).
The Society for Military History Prize For the Best Undergraduate Student Paper in History is a prize for the best undergraduate paper presented at the Northern Great Plains History Conference in 2013. The award is $200 ($100 from the Society for Military History and $100 from the First Division Museum Cantigny), a plaque, and a banquet ticket. The recipient is recognized at the conference banquet.
To be eligible for this award, authors must be enrolled in an undergraduate program at an accredited college or university at the time the paper is presented, to be verified by a statement from the student's advisor or other appropriate departmental official.
If the judges rate two papers in a tie, and one deals with a "military history" topic, that paper receives preference. However, no prize will be awarded if the judges decide no paper meets conference standards of scholarship and length. (See Northern Great Plains History Conference Policy for Session Participants for details.)
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Donations for the NGPHC graduate prize are being handled by UW-Eau Claire Foundation.
Go to this website: http://www.uwec.edu/Foundation/how/index.htm click "Give Online" and then fill out the form. Where it asks for Gift Information, click "other" and then type "Northern Great Plains."