The Association for Logic, Language and Information

The Association for Logic, Language and Information

E.W. Beth Dissertation Prize

Since 1998, the Association for Logic, Language, and Information (FoLLI) has been awarding the annual E.W. Beth Dissertation Prize to outstanding Ph.D. dissertations in Logic, Language, and Information, with financial support of the E.W. Beth Foundation.

Nominations are now open for the best dissertation in these areas resulting in a Ph.D. degree awarded in 2023!

Information about the qualifications for the 2024 E.W. Beth Dissertation Prize:  – Ph.D. dissertations concerning a topic in Logic, Language, or Information are eligible for the prize, if the degree was awarded  between January 1st and December 31st, 2023.  – There are no restrictions on the nationality, ethnicity, age, gender or employment status of the author of the nominated dissertation, nor on the university, academic department or scientific institution formally conferring the Ph.D. degree, nor on the language in which the dissertation has originally been written.  –  In accordance with the aim of the Beth Foundation to continue and extend the work of the Dutch logician Evert Willem Beth, nominations are invited of excellent dissertations on topics in the broad remit of ESSLLI, including current topics in philosophical and mathematical logic, computer science logic, philosophy of science, philosophy of language, history of logic, history of the philosophy of science and scientific philosophy in general, as well as the current theoretical and foundational developments in information and computation, language, and cognition. Dissertations with results more broadly impacting various research areas in their interdisciplinary investigations are especially solicited.  –  If a nominated dissertation has originally been written in a language other than English, its dossier should still contain the required 10 page English abstract, see below. If the committee decides that a nominated dissertation in a language other than English requires translation to English for proper evaluation, the committee can transfer its nomination to the competition for the 2025 prize. The English translation must in such cases be submitted before the deadline of the call for nominations in that year. The committee may recommend the Beth Foundation to consider supporting such nominated dissertations for English translation, upon request by the author of the dissertation.

The prize consists of: –  a certificate – a donation of 3000 euros, provided by the E.W. Beth Foundation. In case two dissertations are selected, the prize will be split between the winners. – an invitation to submit the dissertation, possibly after revision, for publication in FoLLI Publications on Logic, Language and Information (Springer)

General submission guidelines: – Only digital submissions are accepted, without exception. Hard copy submissions are not allowed. The following documents are to be submitted in the nomination dossier: – The original dissertation in pdf format (ps/doc/rtf etc. not acceptable). – A 10-page English abstract of the dissertation, presenting the main results of each chapter. – A letter of nomination from the dissertation supervisor, which concisely describes the scope and significance of the dissertation, stating when the degree was officially awarded and the members of the Ph.D. committee. Nominations should contain the address, phone and email details of the nominator. – Two additional letters of support, including at least one from a referee not affiliated with the academic institution that awarded the Ph.D. degree, nor otherwise related to the nominee (e.g. former teachers, supervisors, co-authors, publishers or relatives) or the dissertation. Thesis committee members (not from the awarding institution) are eligible as referees.  – Self-nominations are not possible. – FoLLI is committed to diversity and inclusion and we welcome dissertations from all under-represented groups.

Watch a short interview with some former members of the E. W. Beth Dissertation Prize committee and awardees here!

All pdf documents must be submitted electronically, *as one pdf file*, via EasyChair by following the link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=beth24 .

***The deadline is April 30, 2024.***

In case of any problems or questions please contact the chair of the committee Elaine Pimentel ([email protected]).

The prize will be awarded by the chair of the FoLLI board at a ceremony during the 35th ESSLLI summer school in Leuven, Belgium, 29 July – 9 August 2024.

Beth dissertation prize committee 2024: Guy Emerson (University of Cambridge) Chris Fermüller (TU Wien) Herman Geuvers (Radboud University Nijmegen) Erich Grädel (RWTH Aachen University) Sandra Kiefer (University of Oxford) Laura Kovacs (TU Wien) Clemens Kupke (University of Strathclyde) Larry Moss (Indiana University Bloomington) Reinhard Muskens (ILLC, University of Amsterdam) Alberto Naibo (IHPST – Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) Elaine Pimentel (University College London, chair) Francesca Poggiolesi (IHPST – Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) Lutz Schröder (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg) Ana Sokolova (Paris Lodron University of Salzburg) Benjamin Spector (CNRS/ENS-PSL/EHESS) Shane Steinert-Threlkeld (University of Washington)

Previous recipients of the prize:

  • 2023 Gabriele Vanoni, On Reasonable Space and Time Cost Models for the λ-Calculus , University of Bologna
  • 2022 Alexander Bentkamp , Superposition for Higher Order Logics , Vrije Universities Amsterdam
  • Ilaria Canavotto , Where Responsibility Takes You , ILLC, Amsterdam
  • Martin Lück , Team Logic Axioms, Expressiveness, Complexity , Universität Hannover
  • Marcin Wągiel , Subatomic Quantification , Masaryk University, Brno
  • Juan Aguilera , Between the Finite and the Infinite , TU Wien
  • 2019 Dr. Bartosz Wcisło , Understanding the strength of compositional truth, University of Warsaw
  • 2018 İsmail İlkan Ceylan , Query Answering in Probabilistic Data and Knowledge Bases , Technical University of Dresden
  • Antoine Amarilli , Leveraging the structure of uncertain data , Télécom ParisTech
  • Ronald de Haan , Parameterized Complexity in the Polynomial Hierarchy , Technical University of Vienna
  • 2016 Thomas Zeume , Small Dynamic Complexity Classes , University of Dortmund
  • 2015 Michał Skrzypczak , Descriptive set theoretic methods in automata theory , University of Warsaw
  • 2014 Thomas Graf , Local and Transderivational Constraints in Syntax and Semantics , University of California, Los Angeles
  • Wesley H. Holliday , Knowing What Follows: Epistemic Closure and Epistemic Logic , Stanford University
  • Ekaterina Lebedeva , Expressing Discourse Dynamics via Continuations , University of Lorraine
  • Andreas Kapsner , Logics and Falsifications , University of Barcelona
  • Daniel R. Licata , Dependently Typed Programming with Domain-Specific Logics , Carnegie Mellon University
  • Nils Bulling , Modelling and Verifying Abilities of Rational Agents , TU Clausthal
  • Mohan Ganesalingam , The Language of Mathematics , University of Cambridge
  • 2010 Yury Savateev , Algorithmic Complexity of Fragments of the Lambek Calculus , Moscow State University
  • Emmanuel Chemla , Presuppositions and Scalar Implicatures: Formal and Experimental Studies , Ecole Normale Superieure de Paris
  • Lukasz Kaiser , Logic and Games on Automatic Structures , Aachen University
  • Tomas Brazdil , Verification of Probabilistic Recursive Sequential Programs , Masaryk University
  • Marco Kuhlmann , Dependency Structures and Lexicalized Grammars , Saarland University
  • 2007 Gabriele Puppis , Automata for Branching and Layered Structures , University of Udine
  • Leszek Kolodziejczyk , Truth Definitions and higher-Order Logics in Finite Models , Warsaw University
  • Chung-chieh (Ken) Shan , Linguistic Side Effects , Harvard University
  • 2005 Ash Asudeh , Resumption as Resource Management , Stanford University
  • 2004 John T. Hale , Grammar, Uncertainty and Sentence Processing , Michigan State University
  • 2003 Jason Baldridge , Lexically Specified Derivational Control in Combinatory Categorial Grammar , University of Edinburgh
  • 2002 Maria Aloni , Quantification under conceptual covers , University of Amsterdam
  • 2001 Gerald Penn , The Algebraic Structure of Attributed Type Signatures , University of Toronto
  • Jelle Gerbrandy , Bisimulations on Planet Kripke , University of Amsterdam
  • Khalil Sima’an , Learning Efficient Disambiguation , Universities of Amsterdam and of Utrecht
  • Peter Grünwald , The Minimum Description Length Principle and Reasoning under Uncertainty , University of Amsterdam
  • Matthew Stone , Modality in Dialogue: Planning, Pragmatics and Computation , University of Pennsylvania
  • Nir Friedman , Modeling Beliefs in Dynamic Systems , Stanford University
  • Lisa Matthewson , Determiner Systems and Quantificational Strategies: Evidence from Salish , University of British Columbia

E. W. Beth Dissertation 2013 Prize Winners

Wes Holliday

Our Philosophy Department would like to congratulate Wesley H. Holliday (Stanford University) and Ekaterina Lebedeva (University of Lorraine) for winning the 2013 E.W Beth Dissertation Prize!

Since 2002, FoLLI (the Association for Logic, Language, and Information) awards the E.W. Beth Dissertation Prize to outstanding dissertations in the fields of Logic, Language, and Information. We invite submissions for the best dissertation in which resulted in a Ph.D. degree in the year 2012. The dissertations will be judged on technical depth and strength, originality, and impact made in at least two of three fields of Logic, Language, and Computation. Interdisciplinarity is an important feature of the theses competing for the E.W. Beth Dissertation Prize.

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E. W. Beth Dissertation Prize 2006

Call for submissions.

Since 2002, FoLLI (the European Association for Logic, Language, and Information, http://www.folli.org/ ) awards the E. W. Beth Dissertation Prize to outstanding dissertations in the fields of Logic, Language, and Information. Submissions are invited for 2005. The prize will be awarded to the best dissertation which resulted in a Ph.D. in the year 2005. The dissertations will be judged on technical depth and strength, originality, and impact made in at least two of the three fields of Logic, Language, and Computation.

Who qualifies

Nominations of candidates are admitted who were awarded a Ph.D. degree in the areas of Logic, Language, or Information between January 1st, 2005 and December 31st, 2005. There is no restriction on the nationality of the candidate or the university where the Ph.D. was granted. After a careful consideration, FoLLI has decided to accept only dissertations written in English. Dissertations produced in 2005 but not written in English or not translated will be allowed for submission, after translation, also with the call next year (for 2006).

The prize consists of

  • a certificate
  • a donation of 2500 euros provided by the E. W. Beth Foundation.
  • an invitation to submit the thesis (or a revised version of it) to the new series of books in Logic, Language and Information to be published by Springer-Verlag as part of LNCS or LNCS/LNAI. (Further information on this series is available on the FoLLI site)

How to submit

Only electronic submissions are accepted. The following documents are required:

  • the thesis in pdf or ps format (doc/rtf not accepted)
  • a ten page abstract of the dissertation in ascii or pdf format
  • a letter of nomination from the thesis supervisor. Self-nominations are not admitted: each nomination must be sponsored by the thesis supervisor. The letter of nomination should concisely describe the scope and significance of the dissertation and state when the degree was officially awarded
  • two additional letters of support, including at least one letter from a referee not affiliated with the academic institution that awarded the Ph.D. degree

All documents must be submitted electronically to beth_award at dimi.uniud.it . Hard copy submissions are not admitted.

In case of any problems with the email submission or a lack of notification within three working days after submission, nominators should write to policriti at dimi.uniud.it or areces at loria.fr .

Important dates:

Deadline for Submissions: July 31, 2006. Notification of Decision: November 15, 2006.

  • Anne Abeillé (Université Paris 7)
  • Johan van Benthem (University of Amsterdam)
  • Nissim Francez (The Technion, Haifa)
  • Valentin Goranko (University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg)
  • Alessandro Lenci (University of Pisa)
  • Ewa Orlowska (Institute of Telecommunications, Poland)
  • Gerald Penn (University of Toronto)
  • Alberto Policriti (chair) (Università di Udine)
  • Rob van der Sandt (University of Nijmegen)
  • Wolfgang Thomas (RWTH Aachen)

E. W. Beth Dissertation Prize Winner

Jason baldridge (university of edinburgh), lexically specified derivational control in combinatory categorial grammar.

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The Academy for Evangelism in Theological Education

Beth Seversen Dissertation Award

Dr. Beth Seversen - Geneva College

Named in honor of Beth Seversen, the first woman President of the Academy for Evangelism in Theological Education, this award is given to the best dissertation in evangelism.

Qualifications :

  • The dissertation must deal explicitly with the topic of evangelism. However, the dissertation may address the topic of evangelism using any field of study (e.g., history, theology, cultural studies, ethics, etc.).
  • The dissertation must have been successfully defended during the two years prior to the year in which the award is given (e.g., for the award given in 2024, dissertations that were successfully defended in calendar years 2022 and 2023 would be eligible).
  • The dissertation may be for any doctoral degree (e.g., PhD, DMin, EdD).

Application Process:

To apply, submit a) a brief cover letter introducing the student, the institution where the student defended the dissertation, the date of the successful defense, the names of the dissertation committee, and a brief explanation of how evangelism is treated in the dissertation; b) an electronic copy of the dissertation; and c) proof of successful defense (e.g., a letter from the advisor, a signature page from the defense, a diploma).

  • All application material should be sent to Mark Teasdale . ( Please Note, include subject line:    Seversen Dissertation Award Application )
  • Applications must be submitted by February 15, 2024 of the year when the award will be given.
  • Dissertations not chosen during one may be resubmitted the following year.

 Review Process:

AETE will constitute a review committee. At least two members of the committee will review each dissertation to determine which will receive the awards.

$500 – first place $250 – second place

Both awardees will be invited to submit a precis of their dissertation for publication in Witness. The first-place awardee will also be invited to present at the AETE annual meeting in which they are given the award.

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Sociologists for Women in Society

The Beth B. Hess Memorial Scholarship

History and Overview

The Beth B. Hess Memorial Scholarship will be awarded to an advanced sociology Ph.D. student who began their study in a community college or technical school. A student advanced to candidacy (ABD status) in an accredited Ph.D. program in sociology is eligible to apply if they studied at a U.S. two-year college either part-time or full-time for the equivalent of at least one full academic year that was not part of a high-school dual-enrollment or enrichment program. Students who attended the international equivalent of a U.S. two-year college are also welcome to apply.

The Scholarship carries a stipend of $18,000 from Sociologists for Women in Society to support the pursuit of a Ph.D., a certificate from SWS, a $500 travel grant to attend SWS’s 2025 Winter Meeting, a $500 travel grant to attend the SWS 2024 Summer Meeting and a one-year complimentary SWS membership (including a subscription to Gender & Society ). The Society for the Study of Social Problems (SSSP) honors the awardee with a one-year complimentary membership and waived meeting registration for their 2024 Annual Meeting where the awardee will be honored with a plaque at the Awards Ceremony. SSSP also provides a $300 stipend to be used toward travel to the 2024 SSSP Annual Meeting.

Recognizing Beth B. Hess’s significant contribution to the American Sociological Association (ASA), ASA joins SWS and SSSP in honoring the awardee. ASA provides one year of membership, a $500 travel award, and waived registration for the 2024 ASA Annual Meeting.

The Beth B. Hess Memorial Scholarship Award Subcommittee often grants one honorable mention award. There is a $3,500 scholarship attached to this honorable mention award.

What We’ll Be Looking For

To honor Beth Hess’s career, the subcommittee will be looking for:

  • Commitment to teaching, especially at a community college or other institution serving less-privileged students.
  • Research and/or activism in social inequality, social justice, or social problems, with a focus on gender and/or gerontology being especially positive.
  • Service to the academic and/or local community, including mentoring.
  • High quality research and writing in the proposal and letter of application.

The award is intended to provide support to a student in the last year of their program. Applicants should have completed data collection and be at the writing stage of the dissertation project. Candidates who are already in the writing stage and apparently close to completion will be preferred, and the odds of success are improved by waiting to apply until the applicant is obviously no more than 12 months from defending the dissertation, making the award available to the recipient in the last full year of the PhD program.

Those who are recognized with an honorable mention during any previous year are not eligible to re-apply for the award. Reapplication from previous applicants who have not been recognized with honorable mention are accepted.

The Application

Applications for the award should be submitted via the SWS MemberClicks system at https://sws.memberclicks.net in one file.

Any questions should be directed to Mairead Moloney, Beth Hess Award Subcommittee Chair at: ([email protected])

Applications must contain the following items in the following order:

  • Name and full contact information, including phone and email
  • Current academic affiliation, with years attended and expected degree date
  • Community college or technical school attended, with years and number of credits completed
  • Name and contact information for graduate faculty reference
  • If included, name of honored faculty member
  • The student’s decision to study sociology
  • Commitment to teaching
  • Career goals
  • Research agenda
  • Service and activism
  • Dissertation project, including clear indicators of progress to date and future timeline (this summary statement should be approximately 1 page)
  • A description of challenges overcome by the candidate, how these experiences have shaped their service, teaching, and research related to social justice, inequality, or social problems, and their continuing commitment to helping others to overcome challenges specific to them. In recent years these challenges have included family drug use, social class, immigration status, racial minoritization, nonconforming sexuality, etc.
  • Financial need and an overview of how the stipend funds would be used (a budget is not required)
  • Full curriculum vitae, including all schools, degrees awarded, dates/years of study, and full or part-time status in each.
  • (Optional) A one-page letter describing a community/technical college faculty member who contributed in a significant way to the decision to study sociology or pursue higher education.

Applicants should also arrange for the following to be submitted via the MemberClicks system. The items below must clearly specify the applicant’s name.

  • A letter confirming advancement to candidacy (ABD status/indication of a successful defense of the dissertation proposal) in a sociology Ph.D. program and aid award, if any. ABD status is required.
  • A letter of recommendation from a sociologist who is familiar with the stage of dissertation completion and is knowledgeable about how the applicant fits the award criteria.
  • Transcript (official or unofficial) from the community or technical college attended.

To be considered, all application materials must be RECEIVED by April 1, 2024, at 11:59 pm Eastern Time.

For further information contact Barret Katuna, SWS Executive Officer ( [email protected]) or Mairead Moloney, Chair of the Beth Hess Award Subcommittee ([email protected]  )

For further information contact Mairead Moloney, Beth Hess Award Subcommittee Chair at: ([email protected])

2024 Selection Subcommittee Members: Sarah Bruch, Nancy Naples, Myra Marx Ferree, Gul Adikacti

2023 Awardees

Torisha Khonach is the 2023 Beth B. Hess Memorial Scholarship Award Recipient. Tia M. Dickerson is the 2023 Beth B. Hess Memorial Scholarship Honorable Mention Awardee.

Past Recipients

  • 2023: Torisha Khonach, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Honorable Mention: Tia M. Dickerson, Howard University
  • 2022: Florence Emilia Castillo, University of New Mexico Honorable Mention: Cierra Sorin, UC Santa Barbara
  • 2021 Jesse Kolber, University of California, Davis Honorable Mention : Jessica Yorks, University of Connecticut
  • 2020 Brandi Perri , University of Massachusetts Amherst Honorable Mention : Sandra Portocarrero , Columbia University 
  • 2019 Laura Jean Kerr ,  Mississippi State University Honorable Mention : Rashon Lane , University of California, San Francisco
  • 2018 Beth B. Hess Memorial Scholarship Winner
  • 2018 Melissa Osborne , The University of Chicago Honorable Mention : Katherine McCabe, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • 2017  Suzan Walters , SUNY-Stony Brook. Honorable Mention : Daniela Pila, SUNY-Albany
  • 2016  Anastacia Schulhoff , University of Missouri-Columbia Honorable Mention : Ashleigh McKinzie, University of Georgia
  • 2015  Gina Marie Longo , University of Wisconsin-Madison Honorable Mention : Yader R. Lanuza, University of California, Irvine
  • 2014  Jennifer Tobin-Gurley , Colorado State University Honorable Mention : Heather D. Evans, University of Washington Honorable Mention : Nicholas A. Jordan, The Ohio State University
  • 2013  Anna Sorensen , University of California, Santa Barbara Honorable Mention : Jessica Dunning-Lozano, University of Texas, Austin
  • 2012  Autumn R. Green , Boston College Honorable Mention : Laura Logan, Kansas State University
  • 2011  Elizabeth Seton Mignacca , Syracuse University Honorable Mention : Rose Buckelew, Duke University
  • 2010  Sarah Bruch , University of Wisconsin, Madison Honorable Mention : Emir Estrada-Loy, University of Southern California Honorable Mention : Miho Iwata, University of Connecticut
  • 2009  Georgiann Davis , University of Illinois at Chicago Honorable Mention : April Cubbage-Vega, University of California, Riverside
  • 2008  Crystal Jackson , University of Nevada, Las Vegas Honorable Mention : Christine Schneider, Case Western Reserve University Honorable Mention : James McKeever, University of Southern California
  • 2007  Mairead Eastin Moloney , University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Honorable Mention : Elizabeth Sternke, Purdue University
  • 2006  Mary Jean Cravens , College of DuPage
  • 2005  Sabrina Alimahomed , University of California-Riverside

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Dissertation Awards

AP-LS Dissertation Award Committee

December 31, 2024

  • Description
  • Eligibility
  • How to Apply
  • Past Recipients

The American Psychology-Law Society confers Dissertation Awards for scientific research and scholarship that is relevant to the promotion of the interdisciplinary study of psychology and law. Students who complete dissertations involving basic or applied research in psychology and law, including its application to public policy, are encouraged to apply for these awards.

First, second and third-place awards are conferred annually, and winners will be invited to present their research at the AP-LS Annual Conference.

To be eligible for the award, you must be a member of AP-LS and have defended your dissertation during the calendar year of the submission deadline (e.g., if the deadline for submissions is December 31, 2024, then you must have defended your dissertation in 2024).

You do not need to have graduated by December 31 to apply.

Originality : A dissertation exhibits original work when it brings innovative and unique perspectives, advancing the breadth of knowledge with novel findings or methodologies that challenge and expand upon existing paradigms.

Quality : Exceptional research is characterized by meticulous attention to detail, sophistication, and a rigorous, well-executed qualitative, quantitative, or mixed-method study design.

Contribution : The value of a dissertation is measured by its capacity to significantly enhance the field, whether through pioneering ideas or the insightful re-evaluation of established data.

Presentation : Clarity and structure in the dissertation are essential, with visual elements like tables and figures enhancing the narrative by being self-explanatory and succinct.

Contributions to Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) : The dissertation addresses and furthers AP-LS’s commitment to EDI, providing insights that extend to traditionally underrepresented groups. The work may examine specific subgroups and/or propose broader applications that encourage inclusivity and address systemic disparities.

Pilot Criterion - Open-Science Practice : The dissertation’s alignment with open-science practices, including transparency, data sharing, and replicability, is explored as a provisional criterion for future consideration.”

Please upload your submission to the AP-LS Dissertation Award Google Form before December 31 annually.

Copy of Dissertation Submission : Provide a copy of the dissertation as it was submitted to the student’s university in either Word or PDF format.

De-identified Dissertation Copy : Submit a copy of the dissertation with all author, advisor, and school identifying information removed, formatted in either Word or PDF.

De-identified Letter (2 pages max) : Include a de-identified letter, limited to two pages in PDF format, addressing the following:

Rationale for Dissertation Topic Selection : Explain the reasons behind the choice of the dissertation topic, including its significance and relevance to the field of study.

Involvement in the Research Process : Describe your comprehensive involvement in all stages of the research process, encompassing conceptualization, methodology design, data collection, analysis, and interpretation.

Alignment with Scoring Criteria : Articulate how the dissertation fulfills each of the scoring categories outlined above, demonstrating its originality, quality, contribution to the field, clarity of presentation, and potential contributions to equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI). Additionally, applicants may address the alignment of their research with open-science practices, if applicable.

For more information, please contact the chair of the Dissertation Awards Committee [email protected].

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Beth N. Rom-Rymer Dissertation Research Awards for Native Psychology Students

The Beth N. Rom-Rymer Dissertation Research Award for Native Psychology Students supports dissertation research for psychology students who are members of Society of Indian Psychologists (SIP).

The Beth N. Rom-Rymer Dissertation Research Award for Native Psychology Students supports dissertation research for psychology students who are members of Society of Indian Psychologists (SIP) . Applicants may conduct research in any topic of psychology.

Eligibility

APF encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds with respect to age, race, color, religion, creed, nationality, ability, sexual orientation, gender, and geography.

Applicants must:

  • be a member of SIP by the application deadline
  • be a current psychology graduate student at the dissertation stage in an accredited psychology program 
  • plan to present research at the SIP Convention

Preference is given to applicants who:

  • have successfully proposed their dissertation and are ready to begin data collection

Application Instructions

Application Materials:

  • project proposal
  • letter of recommendation from dissertation supervisor, including an attestation that the applicant has (or will likely) successfully propose their dissertation (requested through application portal)

Evaluation Criteria Applications will be evaluated on:

  • quality of dissertation research
  • criticality of funding
  • merit of applicant

Please be advised that APF does not provide feedback to applicants on their proposals.

Please review our  Program FAQs  for important details on the application process.

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Recent Recipient

Steven marsiglia.

Arizona State University

“Health Access for Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders: Determinants of Health Service Utilization and Insurance Coverage”

Past Recipients

Erica Ficklin, Utah State University “Cultural Competence and Supervision of Indigenous Trainess”

Racheal Killgore, Utah State University “Exploring the Long-Term Impact of Dating Violence and Adolescent Exposure to Violence on Native American Youth: The Role of Belongingness in Mitigating Negative Effects”

Rebecca Young, University of Alaska Anchorage “Relational Harmony through Advocacy: Advocate Experiences Helping Alaska Native People Heal from Violence in Urban Alaska”

Steven Marsiglia, Arizona State University “Health Access for Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders: Determinants of Health Service Utilization and Insurance Coverage”

Todd Phelps, University of North Dakota “Thematic Content Analysis Exploring American Indian Suicidality”

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2022 Dissertation Research Award Winners

The Lee Kum Sheung Center for Health and Happiness is pleased to announce the two Dissertation Research Award winners for the 2022–2023 academic year. The Dissertation Research Award Program was established to assist full-time doctoral students of public health who are conducting dissertation research in the field of positive health science or another closely related field. Through this program, the Center seeks to involve students in its work to (1) build a rigorous science of positive health and well-being and (2) translate science into practice and policy.

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Hayami Koga , PhD candidate, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Psychological Well-Being and its Association to Motor Function, Parkinsonism, and Cardiometabolic Biomarkers

Hayami Koga’s dissertation investigated whether positive psychological well-being plays a role in the maintenance of motor functioning and development of Parkinsonism in aging populations, as well as the neurobiological mechanisms underlying the link between positive psychological well-being and health outcomes. Her research also investigated the racial and ethnic differences in these associations. She hypothesized that positive psychological well-being will be associated with reduced risk of motor decline and healthier trajectories of Parkinsonism, and that these associations will be evident across racial groups.

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Beth Stelson , PhD candidate, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

The Effect of Supportive Work Environments & Vicarious Trauma on the Physical Health of Hospital Workers: A Multilevel Mediation and Moderation Analysis

Beth Stelson’s dissertation investigated how vicarious trauma (defined as the emotional duress that results when an individual hears about the trauma experiences of another) affects the physical health of nurses and patient care workers enrolled in the Boston Hospital Workers Health Study, and how components of a supportive work environment may beneficially diminish these effects. As a first step in this research, she examined the association between vicarious trauma exposure and worker health insurance claims; and as a second step, she assessed the degree to which a supportive work environment modifies the relationship between vicarious trauma exposure and physical health outcomes. She hypothesized that (1) greater vicarious trauma exposure will be associated with greater odds of experiencing an adverse physical health outcome, and (2) the effect of vicarious trauma exposure on health outcomes will vary by level of supportive work environment, as measured by people-oriented culture, coworker support, and supervisor support.

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Feb. 27, 2019

Elizabeth LaGamba, a Slippery Rock University instructor of elementary education and early childhood, was awarded the 2019 Outstanding Ed.D. Dissertation Award by the University of Pittsburgh's School of Education.

The award recognized LaGamba's doctoral dissertation titled "An Investigation of Read-Alouds, Classroom Interactions, and Guided Play as Supports for Vocabulary Learning in Preschool," which focuses on playful pedagogies for enhancing the vocabulary knowledge of young learners. LaGamba received $2,500 toward submitting her research to peer-reviewed journals.

LaGamba is a 2009 SRU graduate with a master's degree in education. She earned a doctoral degree in education from the University of Pittsburgh in 2018.

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Jessica Fintzen, Maja Tasković and Xiaochuan Tian to receive the second annual Association for Women in Mathematics Dissertation Prize

In January 2016 the Executive Committee of the Association for Women in Mathematics established the AWM Dissertation Prize, an annual award for up to three outstanding Ph.D. dissertations presented by female mathematical scientists and defended during the 24 months preceding the deliberations for the award. The award is intended to be based entirely on the dissertation itself, not on other work of the individual.

Jessica Fintzen, Maja Tasković and Xiaochuan Tian will be presented with the 2018 AWM Dissertation Prize at the AWM Reception and Awards Presentation at the 2018 Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Diego, CA.

Jessica Fintzen obtained her PhD from Harvard University in 2016 under the supervision of Benedict Gross. She is currently a member at the Institute for Advanced Studies and a Postdoctoral Assistant Professor in Mathematics at the University of Michigan (on leave). In 2016 she was also awarded a Junior Research Fellowship from Trinity College, Cambridge and has been invited to give many seminars on her research.

In the words of one of her letter writers, Jessica’s thesis “solves a difficult and fundamental problem in the area of representation theory and harmonic analysis of p-adic reductive groups.” Her work has important connections to number theory where p-adic reductive groups play a central role. They arise as the images of Galois representations, and in the Langlands program where their irreducible complex representations form the local components of automorphic forms. Jessica’s work concerns minimal positive depthsupercuspidal representations, which were introduced as a tool to investigate number theoretic aspects of the local Langlands correspondence. Reeder and Yu gave a criterion for the existence of these representations, but they only proved that the criterion was valid under certain conditions. Jessica showed that this criterion is valid for all p. (Some of this is joint with Beth Romano.) Her impressive work uses deformation theory and the theory of reductive groups over the integers and has opened up several new areas for research. In summary, Jessica’s dissertation has introduced tools that have had significant impact.

Maja Tasković obtained her PhD in 2016 at the University of Texas at Austin under the direction of Irene Gamba and Nataša Pavlović. She is currently a Hans Rademacher Instructor of Mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania. Her work has been recognized through numerous awards, including the 2016 Frank Gerth III Dissertation Award from UT Austin.

Maja’s research interests are in dispersive PDE and non-linear kinetic equations. Her dissertation provides endpoint Lebesgue space new estimates for the high energy tail of solutions of the spatially homogeneous Boltzmann equations in the novel setting of non-cutoff assumption on the angular kernel. Maja’s work has led to several publications, including the paper On Mittag- Leffler moments for the Boltzmann equation for hard potential without cutoff with R. J. Alonso, I. Gamba and N. Pavlović to appear in the SIAM J. on Math. Analysis, and a new preprint with I. Gamba and N. Pavlović. In these works Maja introduced tools (the Mittag Leffler function and Mittag Leffler moment) that are novel to this context and, in the words of one of her letter-writers, turned out to be “the crucial idea and were a beautiful example of the ‘outside of the box’ thinking that Maja employs when faced with a subtle problem.” In summary, Maja’s dissertation has introduced tools that have had significant impact.

Xiaochuan Tian obtained her PhD in 2017 from Columbia University under the direction of Qiang Du. She is currently a R. H. Bing Instructor at The University of Texas at Austin. One of her papers, “Analysis and comparison of different approximations to nonlocal diffusion and linear peridynamic equations” (joint with her advisor) that was published in the SIAM Journal of Numerical Analysis in 2013, was awarded the SIAM Outstanding Paper Prize for 2016.

Xiaochuan’s dissertation “Nonlocal models with a finite range of nonlocal interactions” yielded six highly cited papers in top journals that subsequently resulted in major advances in numerical analysis, computational methods, and applications in the general area of integro-partial differential equations. In another paper (joint with her advisor) that was published in 2014 in SIAM Journal of Numerical Analysis, Xiaochuan obtained criteria for a discrete nonlocal solution to converge to the solution of the local continuum model as the length scale and mesh spacing approach zero; criteria that are now known as asymptotically compatible discretizations. A letter writer states that “her results changed the way engineers in this community do numerical studies.” Another letter writer states that this paper “represents a quantum leap in the numerical analysis of methods for nonlocal (e.g., integral) problems in diffusion and mechanics”. In summary, Xiaochuan’s dissertation has produced novel mathematical results that have had significant practical impact.

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Deadline Extension for E. W. Beth Outstanding Dissertation Prize 2020

The Beth Dissertation Prize is to go ahead in 2020 with a deadline extension to 30th of April 2020. Nominations are welcome for the best dissertations in the areas of logic, language and information, resulting in a Ph.D. degree awarded in 2019.

The 32nd ESSLLI summer school is postponed to 2021, due to the spread of CV-19. The Beth Prize will be awarded either through a virtual ceremony in 2020 or a presentation in ESSLLI 2021. The winner will be announced in early July 2020.

For details about the qualifications and the prize, see http://www.folli.info/?page_id=74 .

Only digital submissions are accepted. The following documents are to be submitted in the nomination dossier:

- The original dissertation in pdf format (ps/doc/rtf etc. not acceptable). - A ten-page English abstract of the dissertation, presenting the main results of each chapter. - A letter of nomination from the dissertation supervisor, which concisely describes the scope and significance of the dissertation, stating when the degree was officially awarded and the members of the Ph.D. committee. Nominations should contain the address, phone and email details of the nominator. - Two additional letters of support, including at least one from a referee not affiliated with the academic institution that awarded the Ph.D. degree, nor otherwise related to the nominee (e.g. former teachers, supervisors, co-authors, publishers or relatives) or the dissertation. - Self-nominations are not possible.

All pdf documents must be submitted electronically, as one zip file, via EasyChair by following the link https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=bdp2020 .

In case of any problems or questions please contact the chair of the committee Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh ( m.sadrzadeh [at] ucl.ac.uk ).

Beth dissertation prize committee 2020:

Samson Abramsky (University of Oxford) Maria Aloni (University of Amsterdam) Alexander Clark (Kings College London) Cleo Condoravdi (Stanford University) Robin Cooper (University of Gothenburg) Guy Emerson (University of Cambridge) Katrin Erk (University of Texas at Austin) Arash Eshghi (Hariot-Watt University) Sujata Ghosh (ISI, Chennai) Davide Grossi (Universities of Groningen and Amsterdam) Chris Haase (University College London) Aurelie Herbelot (University of Trento) Louise McNally (Universitat Pompeu Fabra Barcelona) Reinhard Muskens (University of Amsterdam) Laura Rimmell (Deep Mind) Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh (University College London, chair) Matthew Stone (Rutgers) Jouko Vaananen (University of Helsinki) Noam Zeilberger (Ecole Polytechnique)

Since 2002, the Association for Logic, Language, and Information (FoLLI) has been awarding the annual E.W. Beth Dissertation Prize to outstanding Ph.D. dissertations in Logic, Language, and Information ( http://www.folli.info/?page_id=74 ), with financial support of the E.W. Beth Foundation ( https://www.knaw.nl/en/awards/funds/evert-willem-beth-stichting/evert-wi... ).

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Meet the Outstanding Staff Award Recipients of 2024

  • by Molly Bechtel
  • May 21, 2024

Each year, the College of Engineering recognizes and honors staff members who demonstrate consistent above-and-beyond job performance and commitment to the college's mission and vision.  

Four staff members were selected for exceptional service, innovative approaches, community engagement, and commitment to the college's community core values and diversity, equity and inclusion.  

Outstanding staff awards will be presented at the College of Engineering Awards Celebration on June 3.  

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Mary McCormack, Dean's Office   

McCormack serves as associate director of development. She cultivates relationships with alumni and donors to raise millions in philanthropic funding to support College of Engineering students and research.  

"[McCormack] performs these activities with the utmost professionalism, attention to detail, and enthusiasm and is a pleasure to work with," said the nomination, which also described McCormack's commitment to champion women in engineering.  

When faced with challenges, McCormack exudes positivity and a can-do attitude. She looks for win-win-win scenarios that keep donors engaged while following strict IRS and campus protocols. During her four years in the college, McCormack has raised more than $4.2 million, including the largest gift from an individual to the Department of Materials Science and Engineering.  

Christal Wintersmith

Christal Wintersmith, Biomedical Engineering   

As the graduate student services advisor for the Biomedical Engineering Graduate Group, Wintersmith organizes and facilitates several critical aspects of the program, including annual initiatives such as new student recruitment, orientation, open house, research symposium and retreats.  

"The students joke that [Wintersmith] is 'all-knowing,' but honestly, no one knows better than [she does]," said the nominator. "[Wintersmith] is a tremendous resource for our program, but more importantly, [she is] a person that our students can rely on and who will go above and beyond for them in times of need."   

Wintersmith is a founding member of the biomedical engineering department's Health, Equity and Wellness Committee and exemplifies empathy, integrity and reliability with steadfast student support. Among her proactive approaches to increasing efficiency and effectiveness is the creation of an electronic reporting process that provides a pathway for graduate students to give feedback and report concerns.  

Beyond BME, Wintersmith has contributed to university-level advising as a member of the Advising for Equity Administrative Advisory Committee, the GradSphere Stakeholder Advisory Group and the Graduate Studies Advisory Committee.  

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Emma Wong, Civil and Environmental Engineering   

In her work as an academic advising assistant in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Wong continuously seeks new ways to better serve students and is described as "a true team player," "always willing to help," and "wonderfully thoughtful," by her nominators.   

With a commitment to improving the student experience and their access to information, Wong collects feedback and has leveraged insights to launch new webpages, a newsletter and unique events, such as a new social to increase connection among fifth-year undergraduate students.  

Wong's exceptional service to the department is matched by her support of the larger college and campus community. She led a donation drive for The Pantry, facilitates First-Year Aggie Connections, and serves as the Undergraduate Advising Staff Networking Group co-chair.   

Inna Revzin

Inna Revzin, Biomedical Engineering   

Described as a "trusted mentor, colleague, friend and pillar of the College of Engineering community," Revzin is being recognized for her work as an academic personnel analyst in the Department of Biomedical Engineering.  

Revzin provided exceptional service in all areas, from assisting colleagues with technical questions to stepping in when another was out on vacation to several months in a leadership role while filling in for a colleague on extended leave. She is committed to ensuring colleagues have the tools to work efficiently and effectively while honoring a healthy work-life balance.  

Known for her patient and respectful nature, Revzin actively participated in academic personnel meetings, AUSS-C meetings and key question-and-answer sessions as a representative of the department and college. Revzin is a vocal presence on the academic personnel Slack channel, offering guidance and one-on-one training sessions for new hires and sharing resources freely for the benefit of an inclusive and collaborative working environment.  

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Sociology assistant professor wins best dissertation award.

May 20, 2024 - Karessa Weir

Dr. Philip J. “PJ” Pettis was awarded best dissertation for his work “Contextualizing Heterosexism: An Intersectional Approach to Sexual Minority Health Inequalities” at Vanderbilt University.   

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The award was made by the American Sociological Association Section on Sociology of Mental Health. The purpose of the Section on Sociology of Mental Health is to provide an integrative supportive framework for research on social factors in mental health.  

The Mental Health Section considers issues ranging from serious mental disorders to subjective indicators of quality of life. The focus is on research and theory pertaining to social processes and mental health functioning.  

“Congratulations to the award winners and to the committee for their hard work on selecting an outstanding and impressive group of winners.  We look forward to celebrating their accomplishments and presenting them with their awards at the annual Business meeting of the Section in Montreal this August,” said Dr. Eric Wright, Chair, Department of Sociology at Georgia State University.  

Dr. Pettis, who is also a licensed social worker, joined MSU Sociology  following the completion of his PhD in 2023. He e examines how sexual orientation, race/ethnicity, gender, age, and SES intersect to shape social, economic, and health inequalities. He draws on theoretical insights and perspectives from medical sociology, the sociology of sexualities, race/ethnicity, gender, social networks, social psychology, and stratification.  

He was named the Outstanding Teacher Award by the College of Social Science in 2024, and gave a commencement address at this year’s College ceremony.  

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Ben and Bethany receive PFA Community Champion awards

Ben Davies and Bethany England have been selected to receive our men’s and women’s PFA Community Champion awards for the 2023/24 season.

The PFA Community Champion is an annual award given to every Premier League, English Football League and Women’s Super League club. It highlights players who have made their work with communities and good causes central to their role as a professional footballer.

Ben, who is the club’s longest serving player, was recognised for his role across a number of areas over the past twelve months.

The 31-year-old fronted the announcement that we were the first football club to sign up to the Mayor of London’s Women’s Night Safety Charter , attended a seated cancer rehabilitation session run by the Tottenham Hotspur Foundation, attended an event to celebrate ten years of the Proud Lilywhites – our LGBTQI+ supporters’ association – and supported Spurs fan & marathon runner Anthony Bryan in his successful attempt to run the fastest time for someone paralysed down one side of their body at this year’s London Marathon.

Ben has also been a prominent supporter of the National Literacy Trust, and in December last year took part in a session held at the stadium with students from West Green Primary School in Haringey to motivate thousands to improve their literacy skills through the subject of football.

Bethany, meanwhile, has spoken passionately on the topic cancer and the impact it has had on her family after her grandad died of skin cancer. She visited the Foundation’s Move 4 You programme for people living with cancer earlier this year , taking part in light circuit-based exercises and a Q&A on all things football and health with the group at Southbury Leisure Centre in Enfield. Bethany has also discussed her own personal experience of living with endometriosis and raised awareness of its impact on women, both within the game and without.

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Maheta Molango, CEO Professional Footballers’ Association, said: "The PFA has once again been immensely proud of the outstanding efforts of players this season and we feel they should be recognised for their support and involvement in the local community.

"The Award will hopefully raise awareness of the importance many of our members attach to their roles off the pitch and highlight their continued commitment to support those most in need along with engaging in areas where they have a personal interest."

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