Congratulations to our faculty and staff who recently received the following awards.
Dr. Chanchal Roy - New Researcher Award - 2019
Dr. Roy won a 2019 New Researcher Award. The New Researcher Award is presented annually to members of the university research community in recognition of significant contributions to knowledge or artistic creativity. Up to two awards may be presented annually.
Dr. Nathaniel Osgood - GSA Advising Excellence Award - 2019
The 2019 Graduate Students’ Association Advising Excellence Award is presented to Dr. Osgood for his excellent supervisory and mentoring skills as well as his exceptional support for his advisees’ ideas, scholarly work, and financial needs. Dr. Osgood embodies the capacity to stimulate graduate students to think critically and cre atively, while enhancing their graduate student learning experience.
Dr. Chanchal Roy - CS-Can/Info-Can Outstanding Young Computer Scientist Researcher Award - 2018
Dr. Roy, an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science in the College of Arts and Science, was selected by CS-Can/Info-Can to receive a 2018 Outstanding Young Computer Science Researcher Award. He was one of three Canadian computer scientists honoured with a prestigious award for young researchers.
CS-Can/Info-Can is a national, non-profit society dedicated to representing all aspects of computer science and the interests of the discipline across Canada. According to the organization, the Outstanding Young Computer Science Researcher Awards recognize excellence in research and are given to top young faculty members in Canadian computer science departments, faculties and schools who are within the first 10 years of their careers beyond the completion of a PhD.
Dr. Regan Mandryk - GSA Advising Excellence Award - 2018The 2018 Graduate Students’ Association Advising Excellence Award was presented to Dr. Regan Mandryk for her excellent supervisory and mentoring skills as well as her exceptional support for her advisees’ ideas, scholarly work, and financial needs. Dr. Mandryk embodies the capacity to stimulate graduate students to think critically and creatively, while enhancing their graduate student learning experience.
Dr. Chanchal Roy - New Scientist Research Award - 2018
Dr. Roy received a 2018 New Scientist Research Award. The College of Arts and Science New Research Awards and Distinguished Research Awards are presented annually to faculty members who have had an exceptional impact in their field. The New Research Awards are reserved for scientists and scholars/artists early in their careers who received their highest degree less than 10 years ago.