Dawid Sawicki studied Economics at the University of St Andrews. He was a Highly Commended Entrant in 2016 for his paper "European Integration And Income Inequality: A Panel Data Study"
For your work to qualify for The Undergraduate Awards, it needs to be completely anonymous in order to limit bias from the UA judging process.
It is very important that your submission does not include any personal details or details of your Institution. Failure to remove these personal details from your submission will result in disqualification.
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The Psychology category has existed since the founding of The Undergraduate Awards in 2012.
We are delighted to have an article about The Undergraduate Awards and the Global Undergraduate Summit 2018 in Harvard's long-running newspaper The Harvard Crimson this week. The Harvard Crimson, the United States' oldest continuously published daily college newspaper, is run entirely by undergraduate students. Over 25 Crimson alumni have won the Pulitzer Prize; many of their portraits line the walls of The Crimson.
The Undergraduate Awards are pleased to welcome back Robert M.Mauro, PhD. as Judging Chair of Politics and International Relations 2018.
We developed our Medical Sciences Category to incorporate other health disciplines, such as dentistry and veterinary science, alongside Medicine and Medical Science. Pre- Med students can also submit to this category. The category was first introduced in 2012.
Law has been a category at The Undergraduate Awards since its inaugural year.
This category is for undergraduate students of Law and Pre-Law. Entrants must submit an abstract of between 100-300 words long, and the word count is 2,500 – 5,000 words.
Engineering has been a category at The Undergraduate Awards since its inaugural year.
This category is open to all students of Engineering, including those of Computer and Systems Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, Quantity Surveying, Construction, Built Environment and more.
This category is for students of Philosophy and Theology, including Ethics, Metaphysics, etc. Students of Religious Studies may also submit to Social Sciences: Anthropology & Cultural Studies, depending on the focus of their work.
Robin Trenbath, from the University of Manchester, was Highly Commended in 2016 for his paper "Bordering and Ordering: A Discursive Analysis of Power in Public Space".