Each year during graduation the GTF awards Fellowships and Prizes to students whose final thesis or project embodies outstanding academic excellence. During the Day of Convocation activities, award winning students are invited to share a short presentation of their work with their fellow graduates. These presentations were videotaped and are available to be viewed here. Fellowships constitute the highest academic recognition offered by the Graduate Theological Foundation to a doctoral graduate. The 2017 Fellowship award winners are as follows.
Canon John Macquarrie Fellowship in Philosophical Theology
Dr. William Edward Moneyhun
Imam Malik Fellowship in Islamic Studies
Imam Sabahudin Ceman
Celestine O. E. Onwuliri Fellowship in Scientific Research and Human Values
The Rev. Marcel E. Okonkwo
Named prizes are awarded at the time of graduation to students who have distinguished themselves in their field of study. The prize is a partial tuition voucher for an advanced degree at the Graduate Theological Foundation. The 2017 Prize winners are as follows.
Carl Rogers Prize in Pastoral Psychology
Dr. Michael L. Brock
Harry Stack Sullivan Prize in Counseling Psychology
Chaplain/Imam Abdus-Salaam Musa
Viktor Frankl Prize in Pastoral Logotherapy
Dr. Marie S. Dezelic **in absentia