The College of Graduate Studies

Graduate Student Awards and Recognition

 

Master of Education Student Receives Fullbright Scholarship Award

HobsonLindsey Hobson, M.Ed,’14, has received the prestigious and highly competitive Fulbright U.S. Student Award for 2015/16 and will travel to Guangzhou, China this fall.  The Fulbright Program is the flagship international educational exchange program of the United States.  Hobson will represent the United States as a cultural ambassador helping to enhance mutual understanding between Americans and the people in China. Read More

 

Levin Urban Affairs Students Win First Place 2015 AICP Project Award

Urban AwardCongratulations to the first-place winners of the 2015 AICP* Student Project Award! The Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs team was recognized in the category of Contribution of Planning to Contemporary Issues for their planning project submission entitled: Irishtown Greenway: A Strategic Plan for the Flats West Bank. Read More

 

Washkewicz Biomedical Engineering Alum Makes Forbes 30 Under 30 List

ForbesEugene Malinskiy, MS of Biomedical Engineering 2012 graduate, was nationally recognized by Forbes Magazine in the 2015 Forbes 30 Under 30 list in Manufacturing & Industry. At 29, he is the founder of a Cleveland Heights-based biomedical engineering firm, DragonID. The firm contracts in  developing medical devices, such as, a surgical device that reduces the risk of strokes following a transcatheter aortic valve replacement surgery. Read More

 

Cleveland-Marshall Law Team Takes 3rd Place in ABA Challenge

ABACleveland-Marshall College of Law students Thomas Vanik and Ankur Thakkar placed 3rd in the American Bar Association (ABA) Law Student Tax Challenge.  The team of third-year J.D. students, competing in the largest and most prestigious tax competition in the United States, was also recognized for “Best Written Submission” in the January 29-31 competition in Houston, TX. Read More

 

Washkewicz Engineering Team Takes First Place in Nationwide Design Challenge

engA team of Cleveland State University students earned first place in the 2014 American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChe) Student Design Competition, a prestigious national contest judged by professional engineers where students devise a solution to a chemical engineering design challenge.  Read More