Dissertation Awards

Only one nomination is allowed per college/school and must be submitted by the Associate Dean for Graduate Studies, or their designee, via the Drexel Funding Portal (Info Ready) by Friday, April 12, 2019. The Graduate College will confirm the eligibility of the graduate student nominee prior to committee review (i.e.

Graduate students nominated by their college/school will be recognized as the college/school level award winner and enter the competition for the University-wide Outstanding Dissertation Award selected by the Graduate Student Excellence Award Committee. evidence of scheduled [D-4 Form] or completed oral defense [D-5 Form]).

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If runners-up are designated, they will receive letters of “honorable mention,” signed by the ASIS&T President, but shall not share in the award.

The award shall be presented at the ASIS&T Annual Meeting.

The award consists of a US

The award shall be presented at the ASIS&T Annual Meeting.

The award consists of a US$1,000 prize, a certificate, and up to US$500 towards travel or other expenses of the award recipient, contingent upon the recipient’s attending the ASIS&T annual meeting.

The winner may be given the opportunity to present a summary of the doctoral research at the ASIS&T Annual Meeting.

We seek work that makes significant, original contributions to both the academic community and to Canadian society.

There are two awards: one for engineering, medical sciences and natural sciences; and one for fine arts, humanities and social sciences.

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The award shall be presented at the ASIS&T Annual Meeting.The award consists of a US$1,000 prize, a certificate, and up to US$500 towards travel or other expenses of the award recipient, contingent upon the recipient’s attending the ASIS&T annual meeting.The winner may be given the opportunity to present a summary of the doctoral research at the ASIS&T Annual Meeting.We seek work that makes significant, original contributions to both the academic community and to Canadian society.There are two awards: one for engineering, medical sciences and natural sciences; and one for fine arts, humanities and social sciences.Boyang Zhang, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Toronto. Leila Qashu, Department of Ethnomusicology, Memorial University. Douglas Hunter, Department of History, York University. Drew Higgins, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Waterloo. Bree Akesson, School of Social Work, Mc Gill University. Michelle (Tonkin) Parker, Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, University of Victoria. Eric Weissman, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Concordia University. Daniel Boyce, Department of Biology, Dalhousie University. Laura Bisaillon, Department of Population Health, University of Ottawa. Aaron Shafer, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta.The Outstanding Dissertation Awards are presented to Ph D/doctoral students who have written original, innovative dissertations that reflect great research and have or are likely to be disseminated widely and have significant impact on the field and society.For more than twenty years, the CAGS/Pro Quest Distinguished Dissertation Awards have recognized exceptional doctoral researchers making an impact in their field of study.We seek work that makes significant, original contributions to both the academic community and to Canadian society at large.The Pro Quest Doctoral Dissertation Award was established in 1974 and is administered by the Awards & Honors Committee.Beginning in 1997, Pro Quest undertook sponsorship of the award.

,000 prize, a certificate, and up to US0 towards travel or other expenses of the award recipient, contingent upon the recipient’s attending the ASIS&T annual meeting.

The winner may be given the opportunity to present a summary of the doctoral research at the ASIS&T Annual Meeting.

We seek work that makes significant, original contributions to both the academic community and to Canadian society.

There are two awards: one for engineering, medical sciences and natural sciences; and one for fine arts, humanities and social sciences.

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