Hawthorne Dissertation Research Fellowship
The Hawthorne Dissertation Award is a non-service, merit-based award available to students admitted to candidacy and in the terminal year of their Ph.D. studies. Domestic and international students are eligible for this award. This award is for one academic year and is non-renewable. The award, named for Edward Hawthorne, former Dean of the Graduate School, is designed to provide tuition for the fall and spring semesters for students who have advanced to candidacy. All award recipients are responsible for paying student fees to maintain their enrollment status. Recipients of this award are expected to earn their Ph.D. by May of the following year.