2012年加拿大佛教教育基金会征文奖

The 2012 Buddhist Education Foundation for Canada Essay Prize

The Buddhist Channel, March 27, 2012

佛教频道,2012年3月27日

多伦多,加拿大 – 加拿大佛教教育基金会(BEFC)宣布学生征文比赛,以展示佛教/佛教心理学与西方心理学,科学和社会之间的关联。

投稿应具体和创造性地描述西方的学术和临床学科(如心理学,社会学,宗教学习,哲学,医学,心理治疗,认知科学)与佛教和佛教心理学之间的关系。征文对两者之间的互动,特别是 如何综合与集成的创造性探索做了特别的鼓励。

任何一所大学的本科学生都有资格申请。截稿日期为2012年7月31日。

三种现金奖为$ 1,000,$400和$200。胜出的文章将发表在多伦多大学本科生佛教和心理学学生联盟(BPSU)UPAYA杂志的第三期上。

投稿指南

文章的最大长度是3000字(不包括参考文献),要求双倍行距和12 号Times New Roman字体。投稿请通过电子邮件发给Christine Ng女士的BuddhistEduFoundation@rogers.com信箱,主题请标明“2012佛教教育基金会加拿大征文奖”。您所提交的文章应附有一个封面页,包括简短的摘要(不超过100字)和联系信息。

Winners will be contacted by email by September 15, 2012 and invited to attend an event of the BEFC in the fall of 2012 to accept their prizes.

2012年9月15日,将通过电子邮件联系获奖者,邀请他们参加BEFC在2012年秋季的活动,并接受他们的奖品。

论文将由推选委员会盲审,委员会由以下成员组成:
• Ana Bodnar博士(讲师,加拿大多伦多大学心理学家,私人执业),
• Frances Garrett博士 (副教授,加拿大多伦多大学宗教研究系)
• Henry Shiu博士 (讲师,加拿大多伦多大学)
•Tony Toneatto博士 (董事,多伦多大学佛教,心理学和心理健康副学科)
•John Vervaeke博士 (讲师,多伦多大学BEFC的代表, BPSU总经理)

评估标准:

下列标准将用于评估文章:文章的原创性,表达清晰度,强有力的论点,语法和写作风格。

文章来源:http://www.buddhistchannel.tv/index.php?id=66,10799,0,0,1,0

翻译:圆怀,不惑

校对:沃色卓玛

 

The 2012 Buddhist Education Foundation for Canada Essay Prize

The Buddhist Channel, March 27, 2012

Toronto, Canada — The Buddhist Education Foundation for Canada (BEFC) announces a student essay competition demonstrating the association between Buddhism/Buddhist psychology and western psychology, science or society.

Submissions should focus on the specific and creative ways that the western academic and clinical disciplines, (e.g. psychology, sociology, religious studies, philosophy, medicine, psychotherapy, cognitive sciences) have encountered Buddhism and Buddhist psychology. Innovative explorations of this interaction, focusing on synthesis and integration, are especially encouraged.

Undergraduate Students attending any university are eligible to apply. Deadline for submission is July 31, 2012

Three cash prizes of $1,000, $400 and $200. Winning essays will also be published in the third issue of Upaya, the undergraduate journal of the Buddhism and Psychology Student Union (BPSU) at the University of Toronto.

Submission Guidelines

The maximum length of the essay should be 3000 words (excluding references), double-spaced and using font 12 Times New Roman. Please submit essays by email to Ms. Christine Ng at BuddhistEduFoundation@rogers.com with “2012 Buddhist Education Foundation for Canada Essay Prize” in the subject line. Your submission should be accompanied by: a brief abstract (which should not exceed 100 words) and contact information on the cover page.

Winners will be contacted by email by September 15, 2012 and invited to attend an event of the BEFC in the fall of 2012 to accept their prizes.

Essays will be blind-reviewed by the following members of the Selection Committee:

· Ana Bodnar, PhD (Lecturer, University of Toronto; psychologist in private practice),

· Frances Garrett, PhD. (Associate Professor, Department for the Study of Religion, University of Toronto)

· Henry Shiu, PhD. (Lecturer, University of Toronto)

· Tony Toneatto, PhD. (Director, Buddhism, Psychology and Mental Health Minor Program, University of Toronto)

· John Vervaeke, PhD. (Lecturer, University of Toronto Representative of BEFC, President of BPSU)

Evaluation Criteria:

The following criteria will be used to assess the submissions: originality of the thesis, clarity of expression, soundness of the argument, grammar and writing style.