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The Office of Graduate and Professional Education awards the annual Theodore Wolf Prize
in the Physical and Life Sciences (Chemistry, Physics, Biological
Sciences, Geology, Marine Studies, Climatology and Agricultural
Sciences) for the outstanding Ph.D. dissertation. The award carries a
check for $1,000 and a certificate of recognition.
Winners of the Theodore Wolf Prize from the Department of Physics and Astronomy
The University of Delaware's Department of Physics and Astronomy gave its 2019 Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award to graduate student Abdul Rehman.
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The Daicar-Bata Fund was established in 1992 in honor of Mr. Otto Daicar and to commemorate his lifetime contributions throughout the world to the Bata Corporation. Mr. Daicar, as an individual and senior executive, exemplified a devotion to performance excellence, unconditional integrity, and kindness, which guided and inspired people of diverse cultures. The initial donation for the fund came from the Bata Corporation and the Daicar family, and the remainder was raised from the alumni of the Department of Physics and Astronomy and matching funds from the University of Delaware.
Every year the Department recognizes exceptional Ph.D. student accomplishments by awarding two Daicar-Bata Prizes. Each recipient receives $2,500 and a certificate of recognition:
Nominations for this award may be made by the advisor, a colleague or a fellow student and must include:
The three top candidates for this prize will present their work during a Colloquium of the Fall semester, and the winner will be decided by a panel of DPA faculty.