The Gilbert Geis Undergraduate Research Award was inspired by Professor Gilbert Geis. Professor Geis taught in the Department of Criminology, Law and Society from 1970-1987. He was one of the world's leading criminologists. His contributions to General Criminological Theory are well documented. This award has been established due to the generosity of a former student of Professor Geis, a Social Ecology alumnus who was inspired by Professor Geis' research and teaching. The alumnus established this award to encourage and support undergraduate students who are involved in research related to Criminology, Law and Society.
|2019||Jasmine Guadalupe Morales|
|2015||Sabina Goldstein & Kaitlin Kalisvaart|
|2013||Diana Sun & Emmanuelle Chandler|
|2006||Mei-Ling Malone & Sarah Vidal|
|2005||Angel Chi Chuang|