Named in the honor of the first dean of The Graduate School, Dr. Lavern Hamand, The Hamand Society recognizes degree-seeking graduate candidates nominated from among the current year's class of Distinguished Graduate Students whose achievements in both scholarship and service have had a documented impact on the discipline and the community. The quality and impact of the scholarship and service achievements of Hamand Society Scholars reflect the highest ideals of the engaged graduate student. Criteria includes maintaining a 3.75 GPA or higher, enrollment as a part-time or full-time graduate student, and demonstration of scholarship and service. Recipients must be nominated by a sponsor within the graduate program. Up to five candidates from those nominated will be inducted into the Hamand Society each year.
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February 28, 2014, nomination onlyContact:
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