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The Award Ceremony for the 2020 Dean’s Scholars Award and Thesis Competition of the Waseda Society of Political Science and Economics was held

On Thursday, March 25, the award ceremony for the 2020 Dean’s Scholars Award for School of Political Science and Economics and the Thesis Competition of the Waseda Society of Political Science and Economics was held for graduates of AY2020 in Room 305, Building 3, with many of the winners’ advisors in attendance.

Dean Junichi Saito made a congratulatory speech and presented each awardee with a certificate of recognition.

Also, the three students, who graduate this year, were honored as the winners of the Thesis Competition of the Waseda Society of Political Science and Economics in AY2019, which we have not been able to award due to the spread of COVID-19.

 

<Dean’s Scholars Award>

The “Dean’s Scholars Award” is given to students with outstanding academic performance in each academic year.

< Thesis Competition of the Waseda Society of Political Science and Economics>

This competition is sponsored by the Waseda Society of Political Science and Economics and invites all full-time students enrolled in the School of Political Science and Economics, the Graduate School of Political Science, and the Graduate School of Economics to submit research theses, and publishes a collection of the best works every year.

We received 33 theses submissions in 2019 and 47 in 2020.

The 2019 and 2020 Dean’s Scholars Awards were presented to current students at the Entrance ceremony of School of Political Science and Economics held on Thursday, April 1, at the Okuma Auditorium. Dean Junichi Saito presented each awardee with a certificate in front of the new students.

<Dean’s Scholars Award>

Congratulations to all!

 

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