Promote the Prize

Are you an academic in a science-related faculty, or a member of a science student society? Do you know of some students, club or society members, friends or peers who would be interesting in a science writing competition?  If so, we’d love your help in spreading the word about the Prize, so that anyone and everyone can take advantage of this wonderful opportunity.

If you could take a few minutes to send a PDF poster to a mailing list, or even print it out and stick it up in some buildings on your campus, your students will thank you for it.

You could also:

  • Join our Facebook page, where we’ll release updates about the competition.
  • Link to this website from your student society’s webpage or Facebook group.
  • Mention the Prize in class (if you’re an academic) or at a society event.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to email us at .

Thanks for your help!

  • Thanks to New Scientist!

    This competition would not be possible without the generous support of New Scientist magazine, via Reed Business Information. Visit them online at NewScientist.com.
  • Get in touch

    If you have any questions about the competition, feel free to email us at .
  • Want to do more?

    The New Scientist Prize was conceived by Michael West at the Sydney University Science Society (SciSoc). If you're a student interested in working together on establishing further projects like this to boost the profile of alternative careers in science, please contact him at .