Bengt Nybelius, together with Risto Keskitalo, the founder of the European Athlete as Student Network (EAS), was a brilliant mind, who settled the objectives and the structure of the organisation in 2004.
He passed away in 2011, and EAS decided to establish a scholarship to carry on the legacy of his work. Therefore, we are happy to announce the Call for Paper of the “2019 Bengt Nybelius Scholarship”
Aims of the Bengt Nybelius Scholarship:
The aim of the Bengt Nybelius Scholarship is to facilitate the integration of outstanding scholars and young researchers in the area of dual career.
Eligibility to the Bengt Nybelius Scholarship
Regardless the nationality and country of residence, researchers under the age of 40 years could be eligible for the Bengt Nybelius Scholarship.
Requirements to apply to the 2019 Bengt Nybelius Scholarship
- Applicants must submit as first author an original manuscript related to the scope of EAS.
- Manuscripts must not contain information presented in other manuscripts published elsewhere.
- The manuscript should be written in English, between 15 and 30 pages double-spaced in Arial font size 11, including title page, abstract, introduction, methods, results, discussion, conclusions, acknowledgments (if applicable), references, tables, figures and legends, and statement of conflicts of interest.
- Manuscripts must be accompanied by a cover letter, stating clearly why the work is considered suitable for the Bengt Nybelius Scholarship and explaining the importance of the study.
Selection of the 2019 Bengt Nybelius Scholarship Winner
The Board of EAS will consider the quality of submitted manuscripts and notify the winner by July 31, 2019. The winner has to summarize her/his work with a 15-minute oral presentation in English at the 2019 Annual EAS Conference in Falun, Sweden, September 18-20. EAS will arrange travel, accommodation, and registration of the Bengt Nybelius Scholarship winner.
Application to the 2019 Bengt Nybelius Scholarship
To be considered for the 2019 Bengt Nybelius Scholarship applicants before July 1th, 2019 (midnight CET) must submit by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, including:
• A copy of the manuscript (PDF)
• An abstract, 1 page, about 2400 characters
• Curriculum vitae and list of publications (if there are others)
Requests of further information, if needed, could be addressed to email@example.com.
We are looking forward to receiving your application!