Doctoral students Sara Ardis, MA and T. Freeman Gerhardt were selected to receive the Dissertation Completion Fellowship from the Office of Graduate Studies for summer 2023. Ardis, a student in the Department of Criminology, and Gerhardt, a student in the Behavioral and Community Sciences PhD Program, are recognized for their outstanding academic abilities. This award provides a stipend for the summer semester to support their graduate studies and up to nine hours of graduate-level tuition for the fall semester.
CBCS students selected for Dissertation Completion Fellowship
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