Black selected as Outstanding Undergraduate Thesis Award winner Three Schreyer Scholars earn cash prizes as award finalists The three finalists selected for the Outstanding Undergraduate Thesis Award participated in a public oral presentation on May 3, Exploring the Chinese Perspective of the Disputes. The Outstanding Undergraduate Thesis Award provides an opportunity to fully appreciate the academic quality of Penn State students and the depth of their undergraduate research. The Libraries initiated this award as a way to emphasize the importance of utilizing quality research methods and employing a thorough understanding of the legal and ethical issues related to the use of information — both key components of academic excellence.
Writing Awards Genevieve D. This prize is named in honor of Genevieve D. Willis, whose family has provided an endowment for excellence for the Gender Studies Program.
The winning submission should be at least a page academic thesis addressing issues pertaining to Gender Studies. It must have been written during the academic year.
It will demonstrate advanced, if not original, academic research in Gender Studies. Stylistically, the winning thesis will conform to the expectations of professional academic research and writing at the advanced undergraduate level.
This prize is named in honor of Professor Philip L. Quinn who taught in the Notre Dame Philosophy Department for many years and was a generous supporter of the Gender Studies Program.
O'Brien Professor of Philosophy. A scholar who specialized in the philosophy of religion and the philosophy of science, Quinn was the author of more than articles, reviews, and entries in major reference works and presented more than papers or lectures for learned societies and universities.
He served as the editor of Faith and Philosophy from and on the editorial boards of eight other journals, and was a significant force in the American Philosophical Association.
Inhe was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. The winning submission should be an academic essay written by an undergraduate for a course taken at the University of Notre Dame.
The academic essay may take the form of a research paper but cannot be a senior thesis. It must address issues of gender, or gender plus any of its cognates, as defined above. The winning essay will demonstrate advanced work in Gender Studies. It will also have a logical structure, clear language, and a well-supported argument.
Submissions for the thesis prize competition and the essay prize competition should be sent electronically to: If Friday is a holiday, then submissions will be due on Thursday.Undergraduate Award Recipients. Skip to main content. Ohio State nav bar Skip to main content.
The Ohio State University. Help Honors Thesis Research Grant. George Andrei. Emily Grucza. Dr. Carl F. Asseff Professorship Fund in History . Students will prepare a thesis and present an oral defense to a committee of three faculty.
At least one member of the committee must come from the Department of Genetics. The Department of Genetics announces Awards for Undergraduate Majors in Genetics who are graduating in May THE DUNCAN AND NANCY MACMILLAN AWARD FOR RESEARCH EXCELLENCE.
David M. Kennedy Honors Thesis Prize and Stanford University Firestone Medal for Excellence in Undergraduate Research Wang, Michael John G. Sobieski Award for Creative Thinking.
Undergraduate Research in collaboration with the Honors Program is pleased to accept applications from senior Honors students who are completing their Honors thesis during this academic year. Honors students in all disciplines are eligible for the Honors Undergraduate Research Award (HURA).
Julius Turner Award Winners.
The Turner Award is given to the most distinguished senior thesis in political science. Hope Dancy The Feminization of Terror: Women’s Involvement in Revolutionary Militancy and Terro From the Narodniki to ISIL.
Undergraduate Journal. The Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award is provided to students based on exceptional research achievement in any physics-related field.
Students are chosen from among qualified applicants on the basis of their research, letters of recommendation, and SPS participation.