Duke University and Studies in History and Philosophy of Science have collaborated to create a new prize in philosophy of physics. Named the “Du Châtelet Prize in Philosophy of Physics,” it “recognizes a U.S. or international graduate student or a recent Ph.D. for their previously unpublished work in philosophy of physics.”
The inaugural winner of the prize is Adwait Parker, a visiting predoctoral fellow at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (Berlin) who is completing his dissertation in philosophy at Stanford University, for his paper, “Newton on Active and Passive Quantities of Matter.”
The prize is named for philosopher Émilie Du Châtelet (1706-1749), who worked in philosophy of physics, among other subjects. It includes $1,000 and the delivering of a lecture at the 2019 Du Châtelet Prize in Philosophy of Physics Workshop at Duke early next Month.
There’s some more information here.