The School of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education congratulates Hans Hauschild, winner of the 2014 University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Outstanding Thesis Award for his thesis, Rear Facing Child Restraint Device Performance in Side Impact Crashes.
Mr. Hauschild (Burlington, WI) completed his thesis in the Department of Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health under the direction of Dr. Alvaro Taveira in Dec. 2012. His thesis was selected by a committee of graduate faculty reviewers from across the campus who noted its impressive research design, rigorous methodology, and comprehensive data analysis. The results of this study have the potential to improve the safety of children in motor vehicle accidents.
Mr. Hauschild’s thesis has been submitted as UW-Whitewater’s nominee for the Midwestern Association of Graduate School’s (MAGS) Distinguished Master’s Thesis Award for this year’s competition.
Open House for individuals interested in learning about the graduate programs in Counseling and School Psychology. Monday, Oct. 27, 2014.
Students from traditionally underrepresented groups interested in careers in the helping professions are encouraged to attend. For more information,please see the attached flyer. Register by Oct. 17.
The School of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education is pleased to announce awards for this year's graduate research grants. UW-Whitewater recognizes the importance of basic and applied research for our graduate student's professional education and supports their efforts with modest research grants. Funds are provided by the School of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education and the Segregated University Fees Committee. Graduate Student applied projects will directly benefit 16 school districts and will be presented to professional organizations in Wisconsin, Washington, DC, and Spain.
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