The Winifred Hausam - Helen Fisk Award is presented to an SES doctoral student who exemplifies excellence in academic studies, scholarly writing, internship experiences and extraordinary service to students in the higher education program. It honors the memories of Winifred Hausam and Helen Fisk, both pioneers in promoting career opportunities for women in the 1930s and ‘40s and later, in advancing the college student personnel profession.
The Award for Excellence in Higher Education Finalists for each year's Hausam - Fisk Award are recognized by the SES faculty with the Excellence in the Study of Higher Education Award.
The Outstanding Teacher Education Alumni Award recognizes an exemplary Teacher Education alumnus/a who embodies the program's core philosophy of excellence, equity and integrity, and whose leadership, innovation, and dedication positively impacts the lives of Southern California's diverse youth.
The Tae Han Kim Award is presented to an SES student who has demonstrated extraordinary commitment to, and respect for, humanity and culture. It honors the memory of Dr. Tae Han Kim, a graduate of the School of Educational Studies and past president of Kiemyung University in Taegu, Korea.
The Margaret Regan Memorial Award Dedicated to promoting harmonious international relations, Margaret Regan was active at International Place(I-Place) from its inception until her death in 1988. This award is presented to an exceptional international female graduate student in recognition of outstanding leadership and contributions made to I-Place, CGU, and the Claremont Colleges.
The Urban Leadership Achievement Award is presented to an SES alumnus/a of the Urban Leadership Program whose post-doctoral career as a public school administrator exemplifies commitment to, and success in, the achievement of students in urban schools.
The Helen R. Powell Dissertation Research Award provides SES doctoral students with support for dissertation research on creative and innovative topics pertaining to elementary school curriculum, in honor of Helen R. Powell, a devoted friend and supporter of CGU.
The Pamela M. Mullin “Dream and Believe” Award is presented annually at CGU’s commencement ceremony to a doctoral student who shows exceptional promise and potential to become a leader in his or her field and is a change agent for the betterment of society. The award bears the name of Pamela M. Mullin, former trustee and supporter of the university.
The SDSU/CGU Joint Program Achievement Award is presented to an SDSU/CGU Joint Ph.D. Program student whose work and scholarship exemplify the mission of the program to develop scholars who are committed to research on democratic schooling, social justice and equal educational outcomes for all students, and the improvement of educational systems serving diverse communities.
The Barbara Greenwood Fellowship Funding Memory of June Hyman The purpose of this fellowship is to perpetual principles of education developed by Barbara Greenwood and to present an annual financial award to students enrolled in the Teacher Education Program in the School of Educational Studies at Claremont Graduate University and specializing in child development and/or early childhood education. The Peter Lincoln Spencer Fellowship is awarded to an Education student who has demonstrated flexibility, innovation, and concern for students and understanding of the broad concept of reading, as developed by Peter Lincoln Spencer. Recipient will have completed at least one year in education with a 3.0 GPA.