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Dissertation of the Year: Craig Maier, Duquesne University, Seizing the Catholic Moment: Kairos and the Rhetoric of Diocesan Administration

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Community Psychology Dissertation of the Year Award

Current and former Ph.D. students in NC State’s Educational Research and Policy Analysis-Higher Education Policy program have had a big year earning awards, specifically awards recognizing the excellence of their dissertations. These Dissertation of the Year awards recognize innovative methodology, advancement of knowledge, integration of research and theory, insightful implications for policy and practice, and generating or extending theory in the higher education field.

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Educational Research and Policy Analysis Ph.D. recipient, Dr. Stephany Dunstan, marks a third NC State student and advisee of Dr. Jaeger to be awarded a Dissertation of the Year Award this year. Dustan’s recognition was awarded by the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE). Her dissertation “The Influence of Speaking a Dialect of Appalachian English on the College Experience” sought to understand how dialect as an element of diversity shapes students’ college experiences, particularly when the dialect is one that might stand out on campus.

Dr. Ryan A. Miller, director of the  at UT Austin, has been honored with the 2016 Melvene D. Hardee Dissertation of the Year Award from NASPA.
Former Central Eurasian Studies Ph.D. student Daniel Beben has earned the “Best Ph.D. Dissertation of the Year on a Topic of Iranian Studies” from the Foundation for Iranian Studies for the 2014-15 academic year. Beben received his Ph.D. in Central Eurasian Studies and history July 2015 and currently works as an assistant professor of history at Nazarbayev University in Astana, Kazakhstan. Beben’s award-winning dissertation, is titled “The Legendary Biographies of Nasir-i Khusraw: Memory and Textualization in Early Modern Persian Isma ilism.”Graduates who have completed their dissertation paper and completed their oral presentation by March 31st of the current academic year are eligible for the Dissertation of the Year award. Former Central Eurasian Studies Ph.D. student Daniel Beben has earned the “Best Ph.D. Dissertation of the Year on a Topic of Iranian Studies” from the Foundation for Iranian Studies for the 2014-15 academic year. Beben received his Ph.D. in Central Eurasian Studies and history July 2015 and currently works as an assistant professor of history at Nazarbayev University in Astana, Kazakhstan. Beben’s award-winning dissertation, is titled “The Legendary Biographies of Nasir-i Khusraw: Memory and Textualization in Early Modern Persian Isma ilism.”Kenneth Meier, Butte College Vice President for Learning and Economic Development, has received the national 2009 Dissertation of the Year Award from the Council for the Study of Community Colleges (CSCC).No less than 30 days prior to the current year’s graduation ceremony, select the recipient of the Dissertation of the Year award. Notify all nominees of the final selection.Dr. Thomas Thompson, 2011 Dissertation of the Year Award Winner, discusses his experience as an international student of Northcentral University
Richard Haines receiving his certificate for best dissertation of the year from Head of Sport and Exercise Science, Dr Richard Thelwell

BASES Masters Dissertation of the Year Awards

STEPHENVILLE, Texas—Dr. Denae Dorris was awarded the inaugural Dissertation of the Year Award from the Texas Council of Professors of Educational Administration (TCPEA) for her doctoral dissertation, entitled A Validation of the Effective Learning Environments Assessment.

The AHRD Esworthy Malcolm S. Knowles Dissertation of the Year Award Committee evaluates each submission against five criteria:

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Athens, Ga. - Recent University of Georgia College of Education graduate C. Ryan Akers has received the Southern Association for College Student Affairs Dissertation of the Year award for 2008. This is the second consecutive year a UGA student has received this honor.

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Dissertation of the Year: Jin Kyu Park, University of Colorado-Boulder, Media, Religion, and Culture in Contemporary Korea: Production and Reception of Religious Symbolism in a Daily TV Serial