The School of The Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Graduate Award is presented to a graduate student who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and has made a significant contribution to his/her chosen field through the academic discipline or applied profession.
The School of Business Administration and Economics Graduate Award recognizes the accomplishments of an exemplary student in the graduate accounting programs. To qualify, a student must be completing his/her Master of Science in Accounting or Forensic Accounting in the year he/she receives the award. Besides proving to be an outstanding student, the individual will have displayed the technical and ethical standards of the field and will demonstrate future dedication to the accounting profession.
The School of Education and Human Services Graduate Award is presented to an outstanding graduate student who is matriculated in a program leading to a master's degree or certificate of advanced study. The recipient must have a minimum GPA of 3.75 and have made significant contributions to the profession and/or to the community in the field of graduate discipline (e.g. scholarly publication, leadership in the field, or outstanding clinical performance).
The School of Science and Mathematics Graduate Award is presented to an outstanding graduate student who has completed or is completing a program of study within the School of Science and Mathematics in the academic year of nomination. The nominee must have a minimum GPA of 3.85 and significant scholarly activity in his/her field of study.