Announcing the 2020 Harold N. Glassman Distinguished Dissertation Awards

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This morning, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences hosted a virtual Doctoral Hooding Ceremony. During this event, we shared messages from the dean and distinguished faculty, recognized the achievements of our Ph.D. and doctorate graduates, and celebrated our 2020 Harold N. Glassman Distinguished Dissertation Award winners.

We are pleased to formally announce Dr. Megan Dean, Dr. Mackenzie Fama, and Dr. Christina Padilla as this year’s recipients of the Glassman Award. Congratulations to all three on their accomplishments!

2020 Harold N. Glassman Distinguished Dissertation Award in the Humanities

Dr. Megan A. Dean is the recipient of the 2020 Harold N. Glassman Distinguished Dissertation Award in the Humanities for her dissertation, “Eating as a Self-shaping Activity,” which she defended, with Distinction, in 2019. Read more.

2020 Harold N. Glassman Distinguished Dissertation Award in the Sciences

Dr. Mackenzie Fama is the recipient of the 2020 Harold N. Glassman Distinguished Dissertation Award in the Sciences for her dissertation, “The Subjective Experience of Inner Speech in Aphasia,” which she defended in 2018. Read more.

2020 Harold N. Glassman Distinguished Dissertation Award in the Social Sciences

Dr. Christina Padilla is the recipient of the 2020 Harold N. Glassman Distinguished Dissertation Award in the Social Sciences for her dissertation, “Moving beyond the average effect: Quantifying and exploring variation in Head Start treatment effects on parenting behavior,” which she defended in 2019. Read more.