These awards are currently under review. If you have any questions about these awards please contact the Center for Student Development.
(Application Deadline: 5p.m. February 24, 2012)
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Each year the Texas Womanís University Former Students Association selects one or more Masterís level and Doctoral level students to receive the Outstanding Graduate Student Award; and one or members of the senior class to receive the Outstanding Senior Award. The recipients are selected on the basis of academic excellence, involvement in extracurricular activities and contributions to the life of the university.
All awards from Dallas, Denton, and Houston will be presented during Honors Convocation on Thursday April 19, 2012 on the Denton Campus.
Faculty, Staff and/or students are eligible to nominate qualified students. Furthermore, students may also nominate their peers or themselves. After a student is nominated, that nominee will receive an e-mail with instructions on the next steps in the application process.
- Students must be projected to graduate in December 2011 or May 2012 or have completed degree requirements by August 2012 academic year.
- Minimum overall GPA of 3.50.
- Post baccalaureate students are not eligible for consideration of the Outstanding Graduate Awards. Post baccalaureate students should follow the criterion for the Outstanding Senior Awards.
Nominees Must Provide the Following Information
- ONE page statement of Professional Goals
- Current Vitae/Resume (Include the following and remember to date all activities, honors, etc.)
- Professional Presentations, Publications, Performances or Exhibits
- Scholarships & Awards
- Honor Societies
- Membership & Offices held in Professional Societies, University Committees and/or Student Associations
- Work History
- Additional service to TWU, to professional organizations and to the community
- THREE Letters of Professional Reference (Graduate students: one must be from your faculty/major advisor). Reference Letters may be submitted separately from your application; however, they need to be received by the Center for Student Development no later than February 24, 2012.
- Master's Level: The nominee may document an approved thesis prospectus, a professional paper topic, or, in the Performing Arts, a projected required professional presentation.
- Doctoral Level: The nominee must document an approved dissertation prospectus, or, in the Performing Arts, a projected graduate professional presentation.
- Summary of experience at TWU: Briefly describe in 500 words of less.
- Optional Supporting Documents: Students may choose to provide additional supporting documentation as needed.
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