Distinguished Dissertation Awards:
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Number of awardsThree $300 dissertation awards will be granted.
The recipient of the Distinguished Master’s Thesis Award will receive a $500 honorarium. The recipient of the Distinguished Doctoral Dissertation Award will receive a $1,000 honorarium.
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In addition, the LSU Alumni Association and the Graduate School sponsor the Distinguished Dissertation Awards presented to two doctoral students whose research and writing demonstrate superior scholarship. Katherine Willis, a native of Meadville, Pa., will receive the award in arts, humanities and social sciences for her dissertation that offers a revision to the role of the sublime in medieval literature for which she received her doctorate in English with a minor in linguistics. Aubrey Heath, a native of Houston, will receive the award in science, technology, engineering and mathematics for her dissertation on how volatile organic compounds oxidize in the environment to form smog. She received her doctorate in chemical engineering. During a ceremony at the Survey Research Laboratory on the Urbana campus on July 14, 2016, four doctoral students were honored for the quality of their work utilizing survey research methodology. The two winners of the 2016 Robert Ferber and Seymour Sudman Dissertation Awards received $2000 awards and plaques commemorating their achievement. Two other students each received an honorable mention certificate and $200. Drs. Ferber and Sudman, in whose memory the awards were established, were eminent scholars at the University of Illinois in the field of survey research.