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Undergraduates urged to enter the UK Data Service Dissertation Award as deadline nears

Social science undergraduates have just under three weeks until the closing 3 June deadline for this year’s UK Data Service Dissertation Award.

The Award recognises outstanding undergraduate student dissertations that include excellent reuse of data available from the UK Data Service collection.

The judges will choose three dissertations from this academic year with each winning entry receiving a £300 voucher and publicity via our website, blog and newsletter.

This year’s judging panel includes Dr Vanessa Higgins, Senior Research Fellow at the University of Manchester and James Banks, a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Fiscal Studies (IFS).

It’s simple to enter and entry forms can be found on our website.

You can read more about the award, including details of this year’s judges, on this blog post.

We look forward to receiving your entry…