Are you a university student or faculty member who is already researching chess or who would like to begin researching a chess topic? The Chessable Research Awards are for you! Designed to inspire new chess research or aid ongoing chess research, applications for the Chessable Research Awards are being accepted now. The application process continues until October 1, 2022, and you have three more weeks to submit yours. On December 1, 2022, the student and their faculty research sponsor will find out if they have been selected for a Chessable Research Award for Spring 2023.
Apply at this link: https://www.chessable.com/research_awards
The Chessable science team helps researchers and Chessable users. Contact Science Project Manager Karel van Delft email@example.com with your questions. His network of contacts is vast, and his brainstorming is legendary! Dr. Alexey Root, Woman International Master, became Chessable’s Chief Science Officer in April of 2022. Alexey is also a half-time lecturer at The University of Texas at Dallas. She is the author of eight books. Her most recent book is United States Women’s Chess Champions, 1937-2020.