Doctoral Student Achievement
Recognizes students in three areas who have outstanding academic performance, achievements in research, scholarly, and/or creative activity, and contributions or service to their academic unit, the college and Washington State University.
Specific eligibility: All students must be on track to complete their degree in 2020 (spring, summer, or fall).
- Humanities award nominees must be enrolled in a Ph.D. degree program offered by English, history, or languages, cultures, and race.
- Sciences award nominees must be enrolled in a Ph.D. degree program offered by biological sciences, chemistry, environment, mathematics and statistics, or physics and astronomy.
- Social sciences award nominees must be enrolled in a Ph.D. degree program offered by anthropology, criminal justice and criminology, PPPA, psychology, or sociology.
Nomination packet should include:
- A broad description (two pages max.) of why the nominee is deserving of the award. Cite specific examples of relevant accomplishments, publications, and recognition; evidence of the impact of the nominee’s work within the discipline, across the institution, in external communities, and/or on students as appropriate.
- Additional documentation of outstanding accomplishments in teaching, service, research, scholarly work, and/or creative activity as appropriate.
- At least one letter of support or testimonial from a professor, mentor, and/or external constituent is required.
- CV limit: 10 pages.