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Student Awards 2015-2016

Undergraduate Awards

BIS 390 Proposal Writing Award | View all previous awardees »

This award honors a BIS student who produces an exceptional research proposal in BIS 390. Winners exceed the requirements of the BIS proposal, with particular attention given to the quality of the writing.

  • John Haley, How Can Mapping a Trivariate Martian Surface Analysis Most Effectively Aid Future Exploration Site Logistics?

Robert T. Hawkes Jr. Award for Outstanding BIS Project | View all previous awardees »

This award honors a BIS student who produces an exceptional BIS capstone project. 

  • Samantha Engle, Compassion Fatigue: Connecting the Health Care Professions
  • Matthew Shultz, Social Media Risk Management: A Policy for Loudoun County Fire Department

Most Creative BIS Project | View all previous awardees »

This award honors a BIS student who produces an exceptional creative project.  Examples of such projects include, but are not limited to: original dramatic productions (live, film, videotape), web pages, interactive video, paintings, photography, literature, public relations packages, music, dance, or sculpture.

Outstanding BIS Project in the Public Interest | View all previous awardees »

This award honors a BIS student whose project has, or is likely to have, a significant impact on the university, region, state, or nation and benefit the public.

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