The Office of Graduate Studies hosts the following events to promote outstanding graduate student scholarship and research in a thesis, project, or dissertation:
Thesis Boot Camp and Writing Accountability Workshops - Step up your writing game and get it done with two full days of intensive workshops on goal setting, dedicated writing time, and more! Signup for both sessions and double your productivity!
Date & Time:
Thursday, January 13 and Friday, January 14, 2022, 9:00 am - 4:30 pm, via Zoom
Accountability Workshops - Keep the ball rolling with weekly writing sessions with peers and a writing coach.
Date & Time: TBD (Held at a time convenient to you!)
Three Minute Thesis (3MT): In this TED-talk-like competition, presenters describe their graduate thesis, project, or dissertation research in three minutes or less, using only one slide! CSUSB will host its first 3MT event this spring semester: Mark your calendars for April 11th, 5:00 pm in the CGI Auditorium. Learn more about 3MT and join the fun!
Join us at an upcoming Information Session!
Register for the Competition!
Outstanding Thesis/Project Award: The Outstanding Thesis Award is given annually to recognize those students who have shown exceptional scholarship and dedication in developing and writing their master’s thesis or project. Two awards are given annually: one student is awarded in the Humanities, Education, Business, and Social Sciences category, and one in the Math, Computer Science, Biological Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Life Sciences category.
2020-2021 Outstanding Thesis Award Recipients
- Randy Lucio, M.A. in English Composition, for his thesis Critical Period Controversies for Second Language Acquisition: Implications for Language Teaching.
- Jolon Koppmann, M.S. in Information Systems and Technology, for her project, Overcoming the Challenges of Big Data Analytics Adoption for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in the Manufacturing Industry.
Randy and Jolon will be honored at our upcoming Awardee Luncheon; learn more about their exceptional work and that of past winners on our Outstanding Thesis/Project Awardees page.