Four UIC Sociology graduate students win UIC Graduate College awards

by Caleb Butler | Dec 04, 2017

Congratulations to Sarah Steele and Meghan Daniel for winning The Chancellor’s Graduate Research Award! Meghan Daniel’s project is titled,“Praxis of Resistance,” and Sarah Steele’s project is titled, “When Gay Rights Aren’t Enough: Intersectional Queer Activism in Chicago.” The Chancellor’s Graduate Research Award supports multidisciplinary scholarship in the form of $5,000 funding. The award is given as a one-year pilot grant to support preliminary research of students seeking future funding from external sources. 

Congratulations to Alison Helmuth and Kate McCabe for receiving The Provost’s Award for Graduate Research! The Provost’s award, the Graduate College’s longest-running research support for graduate students, is open to all UIC graduate students and awards $1,000 to $3,000 for research support.