EUSA's 1997-1999 Executive Committee established three prizes to be awarded at each EUSA Biennial International Conference:the best conference paper prize, the best dissertation prize and the best book prize. The prizes both recognize and encourage excellence in scholarship in the field of European Union studies. Each prize carries a small cash award (funded by EUSA's Grants and Scholarships Fund) and will be presented to the recipients at the EUSA Conference banquet. The prize selection committees are comprised of EUSA Executive Committee members and established EU scholars.
The prizes are:
Lifetime Contribution Award in EU Studies
The EUSA Executive Committee will select a scholar in the field of EU studies whose lifetime of research and writing have been important, enduring, and widely felt influences on EU scholarship. Nominations for the Lifetime Contribution Award will not be accepted.
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