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Announcing the 2011 DDTCE Awards

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Distinguished Dissertation, Thesis and Creative Exhibition Awards

The Graduate School is pleased to announce the 2011 Recipients of the Distinguished Dissertation, Thesis and Creative Exhibition Awards.  The recipients were selected from 70 Doctoral Dissertations and  84 Master’s Theses/Exhibitions completed between June 2010 and May 2011. Independent studies were not included in the competition.

The 2011 Awards will be presented at a ceremony on May 6, 2011 at 10:30 a.m. in the North Dakota Museum of Art.  The awards and recipients are:

Distinguished  Creative Exhibition:
Matthew Bjorn Anderson,  MFA, Visual Arts; Title of Exhibition:  “(un)Natural”
Faculty Advisory Committee: Patrick Luber (Chair), Kim Fink, Anita Monsebroten.

Distinguished Thesis Award:
Lisa Linrud, M.A., English;  Title of Thesis: “In Grain”
Faculty Advisory Committee:  Heidi Czerwiec, Sherryl O’Donnell, Michael Beard.

Distinguished Dissertation Award:
Biswaranjan Pani, Ph.D., Biochemistry & Molecular Biology;  Title of Dissertation: “Functional Regulation of the Transient Receptor Potential Canonical 1 by Caveolin 1 and Stromal Interacation Molecule 1.”
Faculty Advisory Committee: Brij Singh, Siegfried Detke, Colin Combs, James D. Foster, John Watt.

Congratulations to each of the recipients and their committees. The Graduate School will post photos of the awards ceremony here on the blog!

Written by School of Graduate Studies

April 12, 2011 at 1:13 pm

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