AGS sponsors annual awards recognizing individuals’ outstanding efforts to improve the graduate and professional student community. Winners will be recognized at the Student Government Luncheon attended by the Chancellor and other key administrators in early May.
2017 Nominations Deadline: Friday, April 14th at midnight. Award notifications sent out by Monday, April 24th.
The Associated Graduate Students (AGS) is pleased to announce a call for award nominations to recognize two outstanding graduate students, graduate staff or faculty member, and a graduate faculty mentor at the University of California Irvine. Descriptions of the four awards are listed below. Graduate students may submit nominations for more than one category, and multiple nominations can be made for an individual.
The List of Awards :
DEBBIE DAVIS GRADUATE STUDENT AWARD
- The Debbie Davis Award recognizes an outstanding graduate student advocate and leader. Honoring Debbie Davis, a former graduate student at UCI, this award is meant to recognize a current graduate student who has committed their time and dedication to improving graduate student life at UCI.
SVETLANA BERSHADSKY GRADUATE STUDENT COMMUNITY AWARD
- This recognizes an outstanding graduate student advocate and leader who is not currently a part of AGS Council. This award is meant to recognize a current graduate student who has, under their own direction, committed their time and dedication to improving graduate student life at UCI.
KATHY ALBERTI FACULTY AND STAFF AWARD
- The Kathy Alberti Award recognizes an outstanding faculty or staff member’s dedication to graduate student advocacy and promotion at UCI. Honoring Kathy Alberti, this award is meant to honor a current faculty or staff member who has gone “above and beyond” in their commitment to improving the graduate student experience at UCI.
FACULTY MENTORING AWARD
- The Faculty Mentoring Award recognizes an outstanding tenured or non-tenured faculty member who has excelled in advising one or more graduate students on his or her thesis or dissertation. AGS seeks to honor a faculty mentor who inspires and guides their students in their work, and whose dedication to graduate learning has made significant contributions to both the professional development and quality of life of their students.
To nominate an individual please fill out the following form.