Taylor & Francis Commonwealth Scholar Best Journal Article Prize

The CSC and the Taylor & Francis Group are delighted to offer a prize for the most outstanding article published in a recognised peer-review journal of high standing by a current or recent doctoral Commonwealth Scholar.

The CSC and Taylor & Francis recognise the importance of publication for early career researchers, and research dissemination in the interests of knowledge advancement and society. Through this prize, we wish to encourage and reward the publication endeavours of Commonwealth Scholars who are completing or have recently completed, their doctoral studies.

The Taylor & Francis Commonwealth Scholar Best Journal Article Prize comprises £1,500 and a year’s personal subscription to a Taylor & Francis journal of the winner’s choice.
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60th anniversary (2019) Best Journal Article Prize

The winners of the 60th anniversary prize are Ruksana Rimi (2013 Commonwealth Scholar from Bangladesh, PhD Climate Change, University of Oxford) for her article ‘Risks of pre-monsoon extreme rainfall events of Bangladesh: is anthropogenic climate change playing a role?’ and Fred Ikanda (2010 Commonwealth Scholar from Kenya, PhD Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge) for his article ‘Somali refugees in Kenya and social resilience: resettlement imaginings and the longing for Minnesota’.
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2018 Best Journal Article Prize

The winner of the 2018 prize is Dr Chigozie Utazi

(2010 Commonwealth Scholar from Nigeria, PhD Statistics, University of Manchester and Lancaster University)

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2017 Best Journal Article Prize

The winner of the 2017 prize is Dr Erasmus Cilliers

(2011 Commonwealth Scholar from South Africa, DPhil Economics, University of Oxford)

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2016 Best Journal Article Prize

The winner of the 2016 prize is Dr Olivia Faull

(2012 Commonwealth Scholar from New Zealand, DPhil Clinical Neuroscience, University of Oxford)

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