The Auburn University Graduate School and the Graduate Student Council hosted the annual Graduate Awards Brunch on April 18 in the Melton Student Center Ballroom. Over 150 graduate students, faculty mentors, friends and family attended the awards ceremony to recognize outstanding graduate students in more than a dozen different categories including outstanding master’s thesis, outstanding doctoral dissertation, and three different graduate fellowships. In addition, one staff award and seven faculty awards were presented, including the Outstanding Graduate Mentor Awards.
The Graduate Student Council (GSC) recognized ten Graduate Student Senators, as well as the Executive Board members from the past academic year while introducing the newly elected 2022-2023 GSC Executive Board.
The Graduate School congratulates the following students and faculty for their dedication, perseverance, and achievements:
Outstanding Graduate Student Awards
Frank Sturm Memorial Fellowship
Williams Graduate Fellowship
C.L. “Shot” Senn Fellowship
Three Minute Thesis Winners
Rebecca Roden Award
Distinguished Dissertation Awards
Humanities & Fine Arts Category:
Biological / Life Sciences Category:
Master’s Thesis Awards
Social Sciences, Business, and
Life Sciences Category:
Outstanding Graduate Mentor Awards
Outstanding First Year Experience (FYE) Mentor Award
Outstanding Graduate Student Council Senator Awards
The Graduate School sponsors a variety of awards and fellowship programs for faculty and students to recognize achievement in teaching, research, and service. For more information on student awards, visit http://graduate.auburn.edu/current-students/awards-and-grants/ or contact the Auburn University Graduate School’s Associate Dean, Dr. Maria Witte, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last modified: April 18, 2022