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OSU AWARDS AND RECOGNITION: Each nominee will receive a certificate of accomplishment from the Graduate School to recognize the nominee's scholarly achievement. The Graduate School will provide a cash award of $1,000 to the student selected as OSU's nominee for the Council of Graduate Schools/University Microfilms International Distinguished Dissertation Award in the Biological and Life Sciences. The Graduate School also will award $1,000 to the graduate department/program that submits the dissertation selected as OSU's nominee for the CGS/UMI Distinguished Dissertation Award. If selected for the national award, the Graduate School will provide travel support to a maximum of $700 for the student's major professor to attend the December annual meeting of the Council of Graduate Schools in San Francisco, California.
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The Graduate School is pleased to announce that Mark Rowe is Michigan Tech’s nominee for the 2010 CGS/University Microfilms International Distinguished Dissertation Award in the Mathematics, Physical Sciences and Engineering division. Dr. Rowe was advised by Dr. Judith Perlinger, and was awarded a PhD in Environmental Engineering in 2009.
Each year, the Spriestersbach Prize winners become the University of Iowa's nominees for the Council of Graduate Schools/University Microfilms International Distinguished Dissertation Award. This national award is the most prestigious dissertation prize in the country.