This award is for contributions to the Social Science community, including the intellectual
growth of others. Significant activities might include informal or formal help to
other students, organizing seminars, service on committees, efforts to improve teaching
and curricula, or public activities bringing favorable attention to the school.
Award amount: Varies
How to Apply:
Nominations for these awards should be submitted electronically, in formal memo or letter form, including sufficient detail to enable evaluation of the nominated student’s relevant achievements. You may nominate more than one student; however, each student should be nominated in no more than one award category. Self-nomination statements will not be accepted this year.
Please forward nominations to John Sommerhauser (5414 Social & Behavioral Science Gateway (SBSG) or email@example.com) by Date TBA.
2017: Sheefteh Khalili (Sociology)
2016: Edelina Burciaga (Sociolgy)
2015: Hector Martinez (Sociology)
2014: Lila Kooklan (Political Science)
2013: Jennifer Jones (Political Science)
2012: Sierra Powell
2011: Caitlin Elizabeth Fouratt (Anthropology)
2010: Christopher Marcum (Sociology)
2009: Sylvia J. Martin
2008: Neha Vora
2007: Amy Alexander, Andrea Ballestero Salaverry and Jeff Katcherian