Two Sociology Grad Students Receive Awards
Amanda Bunting was awarded the Presidential Graduate Fellowship. This award is for currently enrolled Graduate Students in the amount of $20,000, plus a tuition scholarship and student health insurance.
The Presidential Fellowship is made available for a continuing student who demonstrates outstanding academic merit and research capabilities in their field of study and has a graduate grade point average of 3.7 or above.
Kaitlyne Motl was awarded the A&S Certificate for Outstanding Teaching. The College of Arts & Sciences has established the Certificate for Outstanding Teaching award to recognize excellence in undergraduate instruction by teaching assistants. Fifteen Teaching Assistants in Math/Sciences, Social Sciences, and Humanities related courses will receive a certificate and monetary award.
Kaitlyne also won a dissertation enhancement award last summer and a UK Emeriti Faculty Fellowship last fall.