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Association for Symbolic Logic: Call for Nominations for Sacks prize

The Association for Symbolic Logic is seeking nominations for the Sacks Prize. The Sacks Prize is awarded for the most outstanding doctoral dissertation in mathematical logic; it was established to honor Professor Gerald Sacks of MIT and Harvard for his unique contribution to mathematical logic, particularly as adviser to a large number of excellent Ph.D. students. The Prize became an ASL Prize in 1999; the Fund on which the Prize is based is now administered by the ASL and the selection of the recipient is made by the ASL Committee on Prizes and Awards. The Sacks Prize consists of a cash award plus five years free membership in the ASL.

This is an international prize, with no restriction on the nationality of the candidate or the university where the doctorate is granted.

Deadline for nominations: 30 september 2009. For more information, see http://www.aslonline.org/Sacks_nominations.html

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