The CSA has two awards for outstanding students: one for undergraduates and one for graduate students.
The Outstanding Undergraduate Student Award is designed to honor a current California undergraduate student (or one who graduated 2011-12 for the 2012 award) who has completed 9 units of sociology with a GPA of at least 3.0 and has earned distinction in scholarship and or in service to school, community, or the CSA.
The Distinguished Graduate Student Award is designed to honor a current graduate student enrolled in a California college or university graduate program (or who has completed a graduate degree in 2011-12 for the 2012 award). The student should be enrolled in (or have completed within the past year) a course of graduate study in sociology completing 20 graduate units of sociology with a GPA of at least 3.5 and has earned distinction in outstanding scholarship and or outstanding service to the school, community, or the CSA.
The CSA president, president elect, and the two vice presidents form the student-awards committee. Nominations may only be made by current CSA members.
Nominate your outstanding students by sending the following information:
1. Full name, address, phone, and email of the nominee
2. Summary of student’s college career including schools attended, number of units of sociology completed, and course of study in which the student is currently enrolled
3. Detailed statement of the student’s academic scholarship
4. Detailed statement of the student’s service to the community/school/CSA
5. One or more additional letters for support from CSA members or non-members
Send all documentation to the Vice-President North, Todd Migliaccio, CSU Sacramento, email@example.com.