Linsay Cramer and her co-Advisor Dr. Lisa Hanasono after receiving the Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching Award in the School of Media & Communication at Bowling Green State University.

Linsay Cramer and her co-Advisor Dr. Lisa Hanasono after receiving the Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching Award in the School of Media & Communication at Bowling Green State University.

Charles E. Shanklin Award for Research Excellence. Graduate College, Bowling Green State University. (2017). (A distinction selected by a committee of BGSU faculty for graduate students demonstrating excellence in graduate student research). $1200 award.

Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching Award. School of Media and Communication, Bowling Green State University. (2016). (A distinction selected by the School of Media and Communication graduate faculty for a graduate student demonstrating excellence in graduate student teaching). $100 award.

Top Debut Paper Award. Past Officer’s Top Debut Paper. Central States Communication Association. (2016). (A distinction for the highest rated, single authored papers by graduate students who are presenting for the first time at CSCA). $150 award.

Top Student Paper. Intercultural Communication Interest Group, Central States Communication Association. (2016). $50 award.

Harold and Elaine Fisher School of Media and Communication Graduate Award. School of Media and Communication, Bowling Green State University. (2015). (A distinction selected by the School of Media and Communication graduate faculty for the top graduate student solo authored paper published in the 2014-2015 academic year). $400 award.

Top Student Paper. Basic Communication Course Division, National Communication Association. (2014). $75 award.

A Top Paper (Co-Authored). The Women’s Caucus, National Communication Association. (2009).

Top Paper (Co-Authored). Interpersonal and Small Group Communication Division, Central States Communication Association. (2008). 

 Linsay Cramer with her co-advisor Dr. Alberto González after receiving a Top Debut Paper Award at the Central States Communication Association in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 2016 for her paper " Self-removal vs. self-reflexivity: A proposed dialectical tension of studying whiteness".

Linsay Cramer with her co-advisor Dr. Alberto González after receiving a Top Debut Paper Award at the Central States Communication Association in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 2016 for her paper "Self-removal vs. self-reflexivity: A proposed dialectical tension of studying whiteness".