This award recognizes the highest achievement in master's degree research based on projects completed between 10/1/11 and 9/30/12. Graduate seeking candidates who completed a thesis as part of their requirements for the master's degree during the dates specified are eligible to apply. Application guidelines are available from graduate coordinators in academic departments. Each department or program will select one thesis from among those submitted to forward to the Council on Graduate Studies for consideration. One award will be made each year.
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Art (MA), Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Clinical Psychology, College Student Affairs, Communication Disorders & Sciences, Communication Studies, Counseling, Dietetics, Economics, Educational Administration, Elementary Education, English, Family and Consumer Sciences, Geographic Information Sciences, Gerontology, Historical Administration, History, Kinesiology and Sports Studies, Master of Business Administration, Math Education, Mathematics and Computer Science, Music, Natural Sciences, Political Science, School Psychology, Special Education, Sports Administration, Sustainable Energy, TechnologyYear in School:
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October 10, 2013Contact:
Dean, Graduate School - 217-581-2220Print this page