Attention Junoirs and Seniors:
The Elie Wiesel Prize in Ethics is now accepting entries for its 2006 contest. Since 1989, a panel of readers and a jury including Elie Wiesel, have been selecting essays from college juniors and seniors across the country that have illuminated moral dilemmas and ethic considerations. Entries should be between 3,000 and 4,000 words and may be biographical, historical, literary, sociological, or theological. It is suggested that students raise questions, issues, and dilemmas that are relevant to ethics.
The deadline for this contest is Dec. 9th, 2005 — a Contest Entry Form must be completed and a letter from the registrar verifying eligibility must be sent in. This years' prizes are as follows:
First Prize: $5,000
Second Prize: $2,500
Third Prize: $1,500
Honorable Mention (2): $500
For more information, including suggested topics and submission forms, please visit www.eliewieselfoundation.org.