2020 Chancellor's Dissertation Medal - James Wampler Ph.D Physics 2020

2020 Chancellor's Dissertation Medal - James Wampler Ph.D Physics 2020

James Wampler is the recipient of a 2020 Chancellor's Dissertation Medal in recognition of his outstanding doctoral research titled "The Search for Novel Superconductivity in Inhomogeneous Materials using Magnetic Field Modulated Microwave Spectroscopy". Recipients of this prestigious award are chosen based upon the quality of academic research as determined by the impact of the research to the field and/or department; the insight, originality, and creativity shown by the author; the effectiveness of the writing, clarity, and organization of the thesis; and the soundness of the methodology and quality of the data. 

 

Chancellor's Notification--

 

SUBJECT: 2020 Chancellor’s Dissertation Medal Recipients

It is my pleasure to announce the Chancellor’s Dissertation Medal
recipients for 2020.

In Spring 2013, I partnered with the Graduate Student Association to
introduce the Chancellor’s Dissertation Medal as an opportunity to
recognize outstanding doctoral research. Recipients of this prestigious
award are chosen based upon the quality of academic research as
determined by the impact of the research to the field and/or department;
the insight, originality, and creativity shown by the author; the
effectiveness of the writing, clarity, and organization of the thesis;
and the soundness of the methodology and quality of the data (when
applicable).

Up to six awards are bestowed annually based upon a review of faculty
committees in the division of arts and humanities; the division of
biological sciences including health sciences; Jacobs School of
Engineering; the division of physical sciences; the division of social
sciences including Rady School of Management and the School of Global
Policy and Strategy; and the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. 

Congratulations to this year’s awardees:
* Arts and Humanities: Sky Johnston, History
* Biological Sciences: Jennifer Dumdie, Obstetrics, Gynecology and
Reproductive Sciences
* Jacobs School of Engineering: Sunmi Shin, Materials Science
* Physical Sciences: James Wampler, Physics
* Scripps Institution of Oceanography: Travis Courtney, Geosciences
Research Division
* Social Sciences: Lauren Olson, Sociology


Medal recipients will be recognized at The Graduate Division Virtual
Commencement on Saturday, June 13.



                                                       Pradeep K. Khosla
                                                       Chancellor