2014 Symposium Awards

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Awards

Cash prizes will be awarded for outstanding presentations within each school, as well as a “Best Overall Presentation” award.

Chancellor’s Award for Best Overall Presentation: $5000
Provost’s Award for Best Interdisciplinary Research: $3500
Vice Chancellor for Research Award for Innovation: $2000
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Award for Social Impact: $2000

Dean’s Prize for Best Presentation in: Biological Sciences, Arts, Education, Social Ecology, Engineering, Law, Information and Computer Sciences, Physical Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities, and Medicine: $1000 each.

People’s Choice Award (2): Nexus 7 Tablet


 

Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 AGS Graduate Research Symposium!

Winner School Award
Maxim Akhterov School of Physical Sciences Chancellor’s Grand Prize
Laura Innes School of Physical Sciences Interdisciplinary Prize
Zondi Mlondolozi Claire Trevor School of the Arts Social Impact Prize
John Schomberg School of Medicine Innovation Prize
Katie Turner Claire Trevor School of the Arts Dean’s Prize
Maryam Khademi Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences Dean’s Prize
Kristin Matulich Francisco J. Ayala School of Biological Sciences Dean’s Prize
Tyler Watts School of Education Dean’s Prize
Annessa Stagner School of Humanities Dean’s Prize
Matthew Fritz-Mauer School of Law Dean’s Prize
Jennifer Wu School of Medicine Dean’s Prize
Elliot Fuller School of Physical Sciences Dean’s Prize
Nick Petersen School of Social Ecology Dean’s Prize
Katelyn Finley School of Social Sciences Dean’s Prize
Himanshu Sharma The Henry Samueli School of Engineering Dean’s Prize