Turner Dissertation Award - Washington University in St. Louis.
University of Maryland Distinguished Dissertation Award. 2012: Teresa Fort. Other University of Maryland Awards. 2010: Sheri Pruitt Walker, Dr. James W. Longest Memorial Award for Social Science Research 2012: Nona Karalashvili, College of Behavioral and Social Sciences Award in Recognition of Dr. Peter Murrell's Service as Economics Department Chair. Economic Club of Washington Doctoral.
UW CSE Dissertation Award, 2012 Ratul Mahajan (Microsoft Research) ACM SIGCOMM Rising Star Award, 2009 Margaret Martonosi (Professor, Princeton) Princeton University Graduate Mentoring Award, 2010 IEEE Fellow, 2010 ACM Fellow, 2009 Howard B. Wentz Award, 1998 Jeanna Neefe Matthews (Associate Professor, Clarkson) SIGOPS Chair, 2011.
The Harry Bridges Center was delighted to learn that Michael Aguirre has been awarded the UW Graduate School’s Distinguished Dissertation in the Humanities and Fine Arts Award! Aguirre received his PhD for his dissertation, “The Wages of Borders: Political Economy, Labor Activism, and Racial Formation in the Imperial-Mexicali Borderlands, 1937-1979” from the Department of History in May.
Undergraduate Programs. UW English Ranked Among Top US Schools. USA Today rates UW as one of the very best places in the country to study English. We place third, ahead of heavyweights such as Harvard, Yale, and Berkeley. Read more. The undergraduate English major at the University of Washington offers students a broadly based, historically grounded introduction to the literatures of Britain.
Dr. Hema Yoganarasimhan is an Associate Professor of Marketing at the Foster School of Business, University of Washington. She also holds affiliate appointments in Computer Science and Engineering, Department of Economics, and Center for Statistics in the Social Sciences. Hema serves as a co-editor at Quantitative Marketing and Economics and as an Associate Editor at Marketing Science.
PULLMAN — For her exploration of the role of colleges in economic development, a WSU doctoral graduate has received a Dissertation of the Year award from the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Division J. Tami Moore’s dissertation, “Placing Engagement: Critical Reading of Interaction Between Regional Communities and Comprehensive Universities,” was selected from five.
The Academy of International Business recognizes the contributions that our reviewers make in putting together a quality program and, as a result, a successful conference. The Best Reviewer Award began in 2008 as a means of publicly acknowledging those members of our community who went above and beyond in providing quality, constructive feedback throughout their service. Selection Process.