Materials must be compiled as a single PDF and named as follows: Thesis Award_Category_Last Name_First Name_(Note: Nominations that do not adhere strictly to these instructions will not be considered).
Each thesis will be reviewed by faculty members in the field from CSGS member institutions and will be evaluated on the basis of clarity of style and presentation, scholarship, research methodology, and contributions to the field or discipline.
IEOM Master Thesis Presentation Award recognizes outstanding research in industrial engineering, manufacturing engineering, systems engineering, operations research, engineering management, operations management and related areas.
Students must enroll in the masters’ program during the current academic year.
Her thesis suggests public relations practitioners in China should have scientists serve as a credible information source to inform stakeholders about the benefits of GM foods. S., a mixed approach of scientists and government was found to be more effective.
Moonhee Cho, University of Florida “Top Corporate Donors and Charitable Organizations: Utilizing the Coorientation Model to Examine Benefits and Relationships” Faculty Advisor: Kathleen S. Entries should test or develop theory within the public relations context; systematically test an applied public relations principle, case study or practice; analyze a legal, historical, or societal question in the field; or critically review an issue relevant to public relations practice, research and/or teaching.Entries should conform to scholarly study and legal research methods.Two selections will be made for this award: a 1 place with a corresponding cash award for each recipient.The evaluation committee may elect not to make an award.The fields for competition for 2020 are: (Note, the ETD Master’s Thesis Award for Digital Scholarship will not be awarded in 2020 as decided by the membership at the 2018 CSGS Business Meeting).Graduate Deans or their designee(s) at CSGS member institutions may nominate one person per category (total of two per institution) whose thesis has been accepted in partial fulfillment of master’s degree requirements during the past two academic years and/or summer sessions (Fall 2017 through Summer 2019).Each advisor may nominate a maximum of two students for this award.Nominees must have earned their master's degree in Fall 2018, Spring 2019, or Summer 2019.Awards will be presented at the Annual Graduate Faculty Meeting in the spring and all hard copy works will be returned shortly thereafter.Contact: Associate Dean of the Graduate College at (319) 273-2748.