Phi Alpha Theta and the World History Association are co-sponsoring a student paper prize in world history. They define a world history paper as one that examines any historical issue with global implications. An award of $400 will be given for the best undergraduate world history paper, and an additional award of $400 will be presented for the best graduate level world history paper, both composed at an accredited college or university during the academic year of 2006-07. Applicants must be members of either the World History Association or Phi Alpha Theta. Deadline August 15, 2007. See the paper prize page on the Phi Alpha Theta web site for more information on requirements and how to apply.