Each year NAGS recognizes the contributions of three faculty members to graduate education. Two awards are for excellence in teaching and the third award is for excellence in mentoring.
Each year NAGS recognizes an outstanding master’s thesis and an outstanding dissertation that has been produced by a student at one of its member institutions. Nominees for the dissertation award must have received their degree within five years of the competition, while nominees for the thesis award must have received their degrees within three years preceding the year of competition.
|2019||Social Sciences & Education||Physical Sciences, Mathematics, & Engineering|
|2020||Arts & Humanities||Social Sciences & Education|
|2021||Agricultural, Biological & Health Sciences||Arts & Humanities|
|2022||Physical Sciences, Mathematics, & Engineering||Agricultural, Biological & Health Sciences|