Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Scholarship Recipients
The Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Scholarship, a $1,000 cash award sponsored by ASIS&T, fosters research in information science by encouraging and assisting doctoral students with their dissertation research. Established in 1981, the scholarship recognizes outstanding proposals for doctoral dissertations submitted by graduate students who have completed the course work for their doctoral degrees.
The recipients of the Doctoral Dissertation Proposal Scholarship are:
Helena Häußler, Trust in Search Engines
Nilavra Bhattacharya, A Longitudinal Study to Understand University Students’ Searching as a Learning Process
Rongqian Ma, Bridging Sight and Insight: Visualization in Action among Digital Humanists
Saguna Shankar, Caring for Information Practices: An Inquiry into Visions of Data, Digital Technologies, and Migration
Adèle Paul-Hus, Beyond funding: What can acknowledgements reveal about credit attribution in science?
Sarah Polkinhorne, Food and Information: Embodied Practices in Everyday Life
Leslie Thomson, Investigating Information Creating and Informal Information Providing: A Grounded Theory Study of the Information Practices and Role of Serious YouTuber
Jesse David Dinneen, Analyzing File Management Behaviour
Matthew Willis, Patient Sociotechnical Assemblages: The Distributed Cognition of Health Information Management
Tiffany Chao, Methods Metadata: Curating Scientific Research Data for Reuse
Kaitlin Costello, Investigating Information Seeking and Disclosure in Online Support Groups for Chronic Kidney Disease
Lori McCay-Peet, At the Intersection: Investigating the Qualities of the Serendipitous Digital Environment and the Serendipity-Prone Person