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!
|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|