Brown Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award is administered by Associated Universities, Inc.
(AUI) and the NRAO on behalf of Bob Brown’s friends and family to honor Bob’s life and career.
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The Joukowsky Family Foundation Outstanding Dissertation Award is an annual prize awarded by the Graduate School for superior achievements in research by students who are completing their Ph. Supported through the generosity of the Joukowsky Family Foundation, the awards are usually given to four students per year, one from each of the four main areas: the humanities, the life sciences, the physical sciences, and the social sciences.
Selection The winning applicant will be selected by a committee appointed by the NRAO Director.
If, in the opinion of the committee, in any given year none of the theses are sufficiently meritorious, the award will not be given in that year.Hwang has published two articles from her dissertation in the journals, specifically those equations that govern fluid flows, known as the Navier-Stokes equations.He has been interested to understand the vanishing viscosity limit of these equations in the presence of obstacles.The Award is given each year to a recent recipient of a doctoral degree from any recognized degree granting institution in the United States, and is substantially based on new observational data obtained at any AUI operated facility and considered to be of an exceptionally high scientific standard.Award The Award is available to degree recipients of any nationality and consists of 00, a framed certificate, and an invitation to give a colloquium at the NRAO.Published papers or papers in press, or portions thereof, based substantially on the dissertation should accompany the application.Verification of the successful thesis defense and statement that the applicant has successfully completed all university requirements for the Ph. should be sent directly by the appropriate university authority to RLBrown [email protected] findings address migrant workers’ transient mobility and how their experiences are shaped by labor sending and receiving states’ migration policies and United States global anti-trafficking campaign.“Maria exemplifies the qualities of a feminist global ethnographer—deeply engaged, theoretically astute, humble, and aware of her positionality as a researcher,” says Assistant Professor of American Studies, Elena Shih, who is a member of her dissertation committee.This year the research topics range from Medicare expansion and how skepticism is addressed in several Brazilian novels to the temporary labor migration of Filipina sex workers and the mathematical underpinnings of boundary layers in applied math.Supported through the generosity of the Joukowsky Family Foundation, up to four awards are made, with one from each of the four main areas: the humanities and the life, physical and social sciences.