Note that prior to 2012, there was a Dissertation of the Year award recipient within each School. If you need additional information about a particular School’s winner, please contact your Advisor or Dissertation Chair.
2009 School of Education: Jennie C. De Gagne, Exploring the Experience of Educators Who Teach Online: A Multi-Method Qualitative Study.
2009 School of Psychology: Elena Marie Papavero, Assessing the Relationships Between Person-Organization Fit, Moral Philosophy, and the Motivation to Lead.
2010 School of Education: Gayle M. Cicero, Professional School Counselors as Leaders and Active Participants in School Reform: A Phenomenological Exploratory Study to Examine the Perspectives of System-Level Supervisors of School Counselors.
2010 School of Business and Technology Management: Craig Gray, Assessing the Use of Outsourcing and Offshoring for Engineering Designs.
2010 School of Behavioral and Health Sciences: Moliver, Psychological Wellness, Physical Wellness, and Subjective Vitality in Long-Term Yoginis Over 45.
2011 (School of Behavioral and Health Sciences): Judy A. Kelly, Efficacy of Hypnosis for the Treatment of Comorbid Chronic Pain and Insomnia in Older Adults.
2011 (School of Business and Technology Management): Thomas Thompson II, Assessing the Determinants of Information Technology Adoption in Jamaica's Public Sector Using the Technology Acceptance Model.
2011 (School of Education): Jennifer Barbara Thomson, The Relationship Between Student Achievement and Multilingualism: A Quantitative Causal-Comparative Study.
2018: Kirby Reutter
2019: Michael Clumpner
2020: James Gigliello
2021: Tracy Diefenbach