The Henri Seibert Award was initiated in 1992 to provide recognition for the best student papers given at the annual meeting of the SSAR. These awards are named in honor of Henri C. Seibert, an early and tireless supporter of SSAR (having served as an officer for over 20 years) in recognition of outstanding student presentations at the annual meeting.

To be eligible, the presented paper must be the result of research conducted by the presenter. The research must have been done while the student was in either an undergraduate or graduate degree program. The presentations will be judged by the SSAR student prize committee. One Seibert Prize of US $200 may be given in each of the following f

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