APA-Transportation Planning Division Student Paper Competition: 2009 Call for Papers
- Please see the announcement below for information about the APA's
Transportation Planning Division Student Paper Competition.
> The Transportation Planning Division of the American Planning[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> Association is looking for outstanding student papers on current
> transportation planning or policy issues. Two awards will be
> presented: the grand prize for the best student paper is $1,000 and
> the second prize is $500. Papers must have been originally written
> by a single author for a class in a PAB-accredited planning program
> in a college or university during calendar years 2007 and 2008.
> Master's theses, terminal professional reports, and student group
> projects are not eligible. A paper may be submitted only once;
> papers may not be revised and resubmitted a second time. Papers by
> multiple authors willnot be accepted.
> The program chair, a faculty member, or the AICP liaison may
> nominate a paper by indicating when and for what course the paper
> was prepared; students may not nominate their own paper. Doctoral
> students are not eligible for this award. Each accredited program
> may submit only two master�s and two undergraduate papers.
> Papers may be no more than 25 pages long, including an abstract (no
> more than 250 words), tables, maps, other diagrams, and
> references. Papers must be double-spaced with margins of at least
> 1 inch and a font of at least 12 point. Title page should include
> student name, address, degree program, date when paper was
> originally submitted, and phone number. No name or other form of
> identification should be included on the pages with the text of the
> paper (e.g., a header or footer should only include the page number
> and paper title).
> The deadline for receipt of the papers is Friday, February 20,
> 2009. Papers will be accepted via e-mail; .pdf is the preferred
> format; please submit the title page separately from the paper.
> Printed copies of papers will also be accepted; papers will not be
> accepted via FAX. No late papers will be accepted.
> Send submissions to: Jianling Li, School of Urban and Public
> Affairs, University of Texas at Arlington, P. O. Box 19588,
> Arlington, TX 76019-0588; Phone: (817) 272-3367; FAX: (817)
> 272-5008; e-mail: jjli@...
> For additional details, please consult the Transportation Planning
> Division's website at: http://www.apa-tpd.org If you have any
> questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. The selection will
> be made by a separate committee that is comprised of professionals
> and academics in the public and private sectors.
> Thank you in advance for the excellent submissions.
> Jianling Li, Ph.D., AICP
> Associate Professor
> University of Texas, Arlington
> Box 19588
> Arlington, TX 76019
> Tel. (817) 272-3367
> Fax (817) 272-5008