This year’s Mariam K. Chamberlain Dissertation Award recipient is Ashleigh LoVette, a PhD candidate in Behavioral and Social Health Sciences. The award, granted by the International Center for Research on Women, commemorates Dr. Mariam Chamberlain, who shaped a legacy of leaders to advance women’s issues in the realms of social justice.
"I am honored and filled with gratitude. The award's emphasis on supporting the work of a first-generation doctoral student is particularly meaningful to me as someone who is the first in their family to pursue a doctorate,” says LoVette. Read more.