Distinguished Dissertation Awards
The Graduate School is pleased to announce that in 2020, up to six outstanding doctoral students will be recognized with the Auburn University Graduate School's Distinguished Dissertation Award.
The application process, selection criteria, and award categories are modeled after the Council of Graduate Schools/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Awards, so that selected award-winners from Auburn may also be nominated for these national awards at the appropriate time.
Thus the fields of competition for 2020 are Biological/Life Sciences and Humanities Fine Arts.
Winners of the award will be recognized at the Graduate School's annual awards ceremony with an honorarium of $500 and a citation. Upon the recommendation of the Awards Committee, the Graduate School may nominate winners of the awards for the Council of Graduate Schools/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Awards.
Each college/school is invited to select and nominate up to three students (in each award category as appropriate) for the Graduate School awards. If a college/school nominates more than three students in any one category, the Graduate School will contact one of the unit's associate deans (or another designee) to downselect the top three candidates.
The deadline for submission to the Graduate School is Friday, April 24, 2020 .
For more information, contact Maria Witte in the Graduate School at email@example.com.
|Suna Eryigit||Human Sciences|
|Mary Beth Harben||Human Sciences|
|Michael Tiemeyer||Sciences and Mathematics|
|2011||George Matusick||Forestry and Wildlife Sciences|
|Larissa Parsley||Biological Sciences|
|Wei Ren||Forestry and Wildlife Sciences|
|Amie Seidman||Liberal Arts|
|2012||Jan Boronski||Sciences and Mathematics|
|Lori Elmore-Staton||Human Sciences|
|Samuel Logan||College of Education|
|John Magnotti||Liberal Arts|
|2013||Kevin Kocot||Sciences and Mathematics|
|Elizabeth Ndontsa||Sciences and Mathematics|
|Mallory Lucier-Greer||Human Sciences|
|2015||Chris Eklund||Liberal Arts|
|Justin Havird||Sciences and Mathematics|
|Libby Jones||Liberal Arts|
|Farruk Lutful Kabir||Veterinary Medicine|
|Rui Malinowski||Forestry and Wildlife Sciences|
|2016||David Adams||Liberal Arts|
|Kim Gregson||Human Sciences|
|Hans Saint-Eloi Cadely||Human Sciences|
|2017||Justin Antos||Curriculum and Teaching|
|Yusuf Celikbag||Forestry and Wildlife Sciences|
|Rebecca Koch||Biological Sciences|
|Khondaker Shamsur Rahman||Pathobiology|
|2018||Alina Braun||Human Sciences|
|David Curtis||Human Sciences|
Last modified: September 3, 2019