January 4, 2024

The Sidney Prize is an annual literary award that recognizes undergraduate writing in English, created by students and friends of Professor Sidney Cox to continue his generative influence over hundreds of Dartmouth students during and out of class. A single anonymous judge of manuscripts will be selected yearly by a Committee from Hanover; with winners announced annually during spring break.

Prize money for this contest will be generously provided by friends of Professor Layton, while the committee hopes that in his name a scholarship may also be established to assist defraying tuition costs for the winning writer. There will be no restrictions placed on content or style of works submitted – hopefully in future years this award will provide invaluable encouragement for students writing English across the country!

This scholarship is tailored to help female engineers advance their careers, by giving them confidence and the know-how necessary to become successful engineers. They’ll have an opportunity to learn from some of the finest experts within their industry.

Nazanin Boniadi has been named the 2023 Sydney Peace Prize recipient for her efforts in furthering women’s rights in Iran. Through activism and advocacy she has transformed outrage into action – creating a more equitable world as we know it today. Nazanin will receive her prize later this year in Sydney Town Hall ceremony followed by gala dinner hosted by Sydney Peace Foundation.

An annual award presented to a physicist who has made exceptional contributions to the cultural, artistic, or humanistic dimensions of physics through books, lectures, or theatrical productions. The prize is sponsored by Andrew Gemant Memorial Fund.

Established by Ruth Edelstein Barish and her husband in 1968 as an annual tribute to Sidney Edelstein, businessman son, this prize recognizes an exceptional scholarly book on the history of technology. Awarded annually as part of SHOT’s distinguished awards, this accolade serves as a lasting memorial of this outstanding scholar of science and technology history.

Sidney Price can be found living in Copperdale, the world included with The Sims 4: High School Years expansion pack. He lives with his parents Janae and Marcel Price, siblings Savannah and Jayden Price and roommate Kevin Puri; having both male and female as his preferred romantic and mess around partners (indicating bisexuality), showing in various trailers renders and promotional screenshots for this expansion pack. Sidney can be purchased from Copperdale Scratchcard Kiosk with unlocking costs as follows: