July 27, 2015
Texas Tech University’s Graduate School announced the recipients of this year’s awards, which recognize the quality of work shown in graduate students’ theses and dissertations. This year those honored had thesis and dissertation topics in biological and life sciences and humanities and fine arts. Students are nominated by their discipline’s faculty members for the cash award donated by the Helen Jones Foundation.
The 2015 recipients:
Biological and Life Sciences
Humanities and Fine Arts
The first place doctoral disseration winners were nominated for the Council of Graduate Schools annual CGS/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award. The competition recognizes dissertations that represent original work and make unusually significant contributions to the disciplines being recognized.
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