Graduate School Recognized Outstanding Master’s and Doctoral Students at Graduate Education Week Awards Ceremony
May 1, 2022
The Graduate School recognized outstanding master’s and doctoral degree students as well as faculty mentors with awards of excellence during the Graduate Education Week Awards Ceremony, which took place March 21–25.
Jack Leff, a doctoral student in Science and Technology Studies, was one of two winners of the 2022 Graduate Student of the Year award, which recognizes students for their character, service, and outstanding contributions.
The outstanding thesis and dissertation award winners were: Jessica Brabble, History, William Preston Society Outstanding Thesis Award for Social Sciences, Business, Education, and Humanities for “Save the Babies”; and Kazuki Hori, Educational Research and Evaluation, Social Sciences, Business, Education, and Humanities Outstanding Dissertation Award for “Disaggregating Within-Person and Between-Person Effects in the Presence of Linear Time Trends in Time-Varying Predictors: Structural Equation.”
The outstanding graduate student award winners in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences were: master’s student Kiana Wilkerson, History, and doctoral student Damien Williams, Science and Technology Studies.
Additional details about the award winners are found here.