Every year the Graduate School receives inspiring nominations for our commencement awards. The award winner selection committees always have a tough decision when picking their winners. With almost one hundred nominations over the various awards, this year is no different.

Adam Netzer Zimmer, Ph.D. candidate in anthropology, has been named the winner of the 2021 Three Minute Thesis competition. 

To honor the Graduate Class of 2021, the Graduate School will continue the annual tradition of a photo tribute to degree recipients. To make the tribute as meaningful as possible, the Graduate School needs your help!

Are you part of the Graduate School class of 2021? Find out how you can get your regalia! 

Ten graduate students will distill their doctoral or master’s research into compelling three-minute oral presentations as they contend for $2,500 in prize money during the concluding stages of the university’s fifth annual Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition. 

To honor the Graduate Class of 2021, the Graduate School will continue the tradition of a photo tribute to degree recipients. To make the tribute as meaningful as possible, the Graduate School needs your help!

“The Graduate School understands that the pandemic has presented exceptional challenges and delays to many of our graduate students,” says Jacqueline Urla, Dean of the Graduate School. “I'm pleased to announce this special ‘Return to Research’ fund to help our students get back on track with their goals for meaningful and innovative research."

 

Does your graduate program have an outstanding staff member? Nominate them for the 2021 Distinguished Graduate Staff Award by March 12, 5:00pm!

The Graduate School announces the call for nominations for the Commitment to Diversity--Student and Faculty Awards. Nominations are due on Monday, March 12, 2021.

Cielo Sharkus gives H.O.P.E.