The outstanding accomplishments of our graduate students and graduate assistants are honored each year through a series of awards.
Recognizing excellent administrative, teaching and research graduate assistants, along with graduate mentors. Competition for these awards take place in the spring.
This award recognizes thesis advisors who have demonstrated a high level of interest in and expectation for their students. These faculty members have shown continued dedication to both student thesis productivity and thesis quality. Note: Candidates for this award are not nominated by students. Students who wish to nominate their thesis advisor for an award should submit a nomination form for the Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award.
Recognizing outstanding visual and oral presentations of research.
This award, nominated by students, recognizes one faculty member who has taken an active role in students’ graduate pursuits. The recipient of this award has mentored graduate students not only as an academic advisor but has influenced students’ lives personally.