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. Each program may nominate one thesis or project for submission; submissions are judged for their originality, significance, quality, and outcomes. A call for nominations is sent to faculty at the end of the academic year, and winners are announced the following fall quarter.
We are proud to announce the 2017-2018 winners:
- Jason Jung: Master of Science in Biology for his thesis, Redescription and Phylogenetic Analysis of the Materials Assigned to the Taxon “Captorhinikos” chozaensis
- Kamiya Stewart: Master of Arts in Psychology for her thesis, Losing Control: The Consequences of Individual- and Group- Based Social Exclusion on Latina Women’s Self-Regulation of Unhealthy Eating
Each winner is presented with a check for $500 and a certificate to commerate the event. Congratulations, Jason and Kamiya!
Read more about their outstanding achievements.