The following School of Medicine Graduate Studies Awards are due March 31, 2011. For more information, click the links below:
- Outstanding Master’s Thesis Award – For an outstanding Master’s thesis by a School of Medicine graduate student who will graduate in June 2011. The individual will be recognized at the School of Medicine Commencement Ceremony on June 6, 2011.
- John A. Resko Ph.D. Dissertation Award – For an outstanding Ph.D. dissertation by a School of Medicine graduate student who will graduate this year (June 2011). The individual will be recognized at the School of Medicine Commencement Ceremony, June 6, 2011.
- Outstanding Journal Article of the Year – Recognizes an outstanding journal article authored or co-authored by an OHSU School of Medicine graduate student and published, including E-published, in the 2010 calendar year (journal publication date between January 1, 2010 and December 31, 2010). Applications/nominations can be submitted on behalf of students who have already earned their degree as long as the journal article describes work conducted while the individual was a graduate student in the OHSU School of Medicine. The award will be presented at a ceremony during the Student Research Forum, May 12-13, 2011.
- Resko Faculty Research and Mentoring Achievement Award – Recognizes a faculty member for outstanding research and student mentoring. Nominations are solicited for members of the School of Medicine Graduate Faculty who have a sustained record of high quality research as well as a strong record of mentoring the career development of graduate students or postdoctoral fellows.
In addition, a new Gradate Research Scholars program is being offered in 2011. Applications for this program are due April 15, 2011:
- PhD Graduate Research Scholars – Thanks to fundraising efforts by the OHSU Foundation and support of Dr Robertson and Executive Leadership Team, the School of Medicine Graduate Studies office will be awarding three scholarships to PhD Students to cover stipends for one year each. Scholars must have passed their qualifying exam. Scholars will be identified primarily on the basis of their research scholarship, publications and abstracts, but student engagement in outreach and other volunteer opportunities will also be considered. Awardees are expected to participate in some OHSU Foundation fundraising activities for Graduate Studies during the course of the year. Although a stipend is covered, fees and tuition are still the responsibility of the graduate student mentor.
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