GSA Graduate Research Award

The Graduation Student Association (GSA), Graduate Student Affairs Committee, Graduate Council, and College of Graduate Studies is excited to announce applications are now open for the the 2017-2018 GSA Graduate Student Research Awards. Awards will be announced Spring 2018.


2016-2017 Recipients

Emily Fishman, Doctoral Program in NSM/Biological Sciences
Title: The Sperm’s Remodeled Distal Centriole and its Role in Embryo Development
Major Advisor: Tomer Avidor-Reiss, Ph.D.
Amount requested and funded: $1950.00
Stacie Dubin, Master’s Program in HH/Industrial Hygiene
Title: Characterizing Noise Levels in Nursing Homes
Major Advisor: April Ames, Ph.D., CIH
Amount requested and funded: $1950.00
Jessica Susser, Master’s program in NSM/Department of Environmental Sciences
Title: The potential to reduce phosphorus runoff into Lake Erie from farm fields by stimulating soil microbes and insects with carbon and sodium
Major Advisor: Michael Weintraub, Ph.D.
Amount requested and funded: $1743.00
Fawn Caplandies, Doctoral Program in Arts & Letters/Experimental Psychology
Title: Examining the Role of the Biopsychosocial Model of Threat and Challenge on Coping Strategies
Major Advisor: Andrew L. Geers, Ph.D.
Amount requested and funded: $1992.00
Saloni Daftardar, Master’s program in COPI/Pharmacy Practice-Industrial Pharmacy
Title: Ultrasound-Mediated Transdermal Delivery of Econazole Nitrate for Treating Raynaud’s phenomenon
Major Advisor: Sai HS. Boddu, Ph.D.
Amount requested and funded: $2000.00
Bander Alotaibi, Doctoral program in JHCO/Curriculum Instruction- Special Education
Title: Rural, Urban, and Small Town/Suburban Parents’ Satisfaction Toward Special Education Services for Young Children with Disabilities in Northwest Ohio
Major Advisor: Richard Welsch, Ph.D. 
Amount requested and funded: $559.00

The Graduate Student Association (GSA), the Graduate Council, the Graduate Student Affairs Committee, and the College of Graduate Studies appreciate all applicant’s interest in the GSA Graduate Student Research Award program and look forward to reviewing the innovative achievements of this years applicants.