AAUW Research Award

The AAUW-St. Lawrence County Branch AAUW Research Award is given annually to a woman in St. Lawrence County who contributes significantly to academic research. AAUW advances equity for women and girls through advocacy, education and is a visible leader in equity and education through research, philanthropy, and measurable change in critical areas impacting the lives of women and girls.

Updated: December 16, 2016

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2016: Dr. Emily Hamilton-Honey, SUNY Canton

Dr. Emily Hamilton-Honey is an Assistant Professor of English and Humanities and the Gender Studies Curriculum Coordinator at SUNY Canton. She received her PhD in American Studies and a graduate certificate in Women’s & Gender Studies from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, a master's degree from the University of Michigan, and a B.A. from Western Michigan University. The presentation took place on Nov. 15 at 5 pm in the in the Suny Canton Athletic Center, Roos House, Mezzanine at SUNY Canton.

  • SUNY Canton Faculty Member Wins AAUW Research Award (Dec. 5, 2016)

    2013: Dr. Sandra Fisher, Clarkson University

    The presentation of the seventh AAUW Research Award to Dr. Sandra Fisher took place on April 9, 2015.

    The AAUW-St. Lawrence County Branch Research Award is given annually to a woman in St. Lawrence County who contributes significantly to academic research. Dr. Fisher is an Associate Professor of Organizational Studies in the School of Business at Clarkson University. She holds degrees from Valparaiso University and Michigan State University.

    In addition to her academic work, she has over fifteen years of consulting experience. Fisher's innovative research focuses on e-learning and training and human resources. She is a longtime partner with AAUW initiatives. Dr. Fisher recently won the SUNY Potsdam Walker Award for her ongoing research into Value U. training models. Colleagues and friends are encouraged to come to the event to recognize her work.

    St. Lawrence branch of AAUW to honor Clarkson’s Sandra Fisher with 2013 Research Award in Hannawa Falls April 9 (April 7, 2013)

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