Student Achievement Awards

Ecological Sciences and Engineering will be hosting its first annual Student Achievement Awards this Spring 2018!  Check back soon for details about our award presentation and celebration.  Students may be nominated and apply for the two award categories below.

Outstanding Graduate Student in Research Award

This award will be given annually to an outstanding Ecological Sciences and Engineering (ESE) graduate student in research.

Nominations will be made by ESE faculty to the ESE Office in the Spring Semester. Requests will be made by ESE annually.

  • The student will be contacted to submit application materials, with details on how to submit and by what date.

NOTE:

  • All application materials should be submitted electronically.
  • Only currently enrolled students are eligible to apply.
  • Applicants must have successfully completed the Preliminary Examination to be eligible to apply.

The award winner will be determined by several faculty reviewers. These faculty reviewers will be selected in the spring semester by the Senior Managing Director and Assistant Director of the Office of Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs. The major professor of the award winner will serve as one of the reviewers following the award year, if a conflict of interest does not exist.

Award amount: $350

Outstanding Graduate Student in Teaching Award

This award will be given annually to an outstanding Ecological Sciences and Engineering (ESE) graduate student in teaching.

Nominations will be made by ESE faculty to the ESE Office in the Spring Semester. Requests will be made by ESE annually.

  • The student will be contacted to submit application materials, with details on how to submit and by what date.

NOTE:

  • All application materials should be submitted electronically.
  • Only currently enrolled students are eligible to apply.
  • Applicants must have completed at least two semesters of teaching to be eligible to apply.

The award winner will be determined by several faculty reviewers. These faculty members will be selected in the spring semester by the Senior Managing Director and Assistant Director of the Office of Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs. The major professor of the award winner will serve as one of the reviewers following the award year, if a conflict of interest does not exist. 

Award amount: $350

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