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Research Prizes

For STUDENT

 

For FACULTY

Distinguished Undergraduate Research Mentor Award

This award recognizes and rewards faculty for excellence in mentoring undergraduate researchers. 

Eligibility

Any faculty member who mentors undergraduates in research on any USC campus may be nominated. 

Nominations

Nominations are only accepted from current undergraduates and recent graduates within one year.

Nominate your mentor through the form below.
Deadline: Friday, November 9th

Nomination Form
 

INSTRUCTIONS
It is recommended that you review the questions at the end of this nomination form. Draft and edit your responses to these questions in a separate word document. Clear, concise, and heartfelt responses to these prompts are key to your nomination. Please take time with these. When you have finalized your responses, you can then cut and paste your comments into this form. We do not recommend that you draft your responses directly in this form.
Please contact our@sc.edu if you have any questions.


If yes, we will let your mentor know that you have nominated them for this award

If yes, we will send your mentor a letter that includes some of your comments to share the impact they have had on you

*Please note if your mentor is awarded, some of your comments may be used during the award ceremony. Your name will NOT be given during the ceremony.

Award Recipients
 

2018 — Maksymilian Chruszcz, Chemistry and Biochemistry

2018 — Edward D’Antonio, Natural Sciences – USC Beaufort

2018 — Douglas Pittman, Drug Discovery and Biomedical Sciences

2017 — Jerry Hilbish, Biological Sciences

2017 — Jennifer Pournelle, Earth, Ocean, and Environment

2017 — Sara Schwebel, English Language and Literature

2016 — Michy Kelly, Pharmacology, Physiology and Neuroscience

2016 — Ryan Rykaczewski, Biological Sciences

2016 — David Snyder, History

2015 — Pamela Bowers, Studio Art

2015 — William Jackson, Biology - USC Aiken

2015 — Chuanbing Tang, Chemistry and Biochemistry

2014 — Kate Flory, Psychology

2014 — Daniel Fogerty, Communication Sciences and Disorders

2014 — Doyle Stevick, Educational Leadership and Policies

2013 — John Grady, Sport and Entertainment Management

2013 — Camelia Knapp, Earth and Ocean Sciences

2013 — Joseph Quattro, Biological Sciences/Marine Science

2012 — Norma Frizzell, Pharmacology, Physiology & Neuroscience

2012 — Xinyu Huang, Mechanical Engineering

2011 — Edward Callen, Psychology - USC Aiken

2011 — Melissa Moss, Chemical Engineering

2010 — Debra Rae Cohen, English

2010 — David Reisman, Biological Sciences

2009 — Joshua Cooper, Mathematics

2009 — J. Alexander Ogden, Languages, Literature, and Cultures

2008 — Rekha Patel, Biological Sciences

2008 — Benjamin Hankin, Psychology

2007 — Ann Kingsolver, Anthropology

2007 — John Lavigne, Chemistry and Biochemistry

2007 — Stephen Morgan, Chemistry and Biochemistry

2006 — Sandra Kelly, Psychology

2005 — James Coleman, Psychology

2004 — Matthew Kohn, Geological Sciences

2003 — Catherine Murphy, Chemistry and Biochemistry