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Nominate your faculty for an Outstanding Faculty Mentor award today!

Has a faculty member made a significant impact in your graduate or postdoctoral career through mentorship? 

The Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards recognize the importance of faculty-graduate student relationships and honors those faculty who make profound, lifelong impacts on their students.

The nomination portal for the 2019-2020 awards program is open September 1 through October 1, 2019.

Awardees will be recognized at the Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards ceremony on February 24, 2020.

Nominate a Faculty Mentor 

Mentoring is one of the central professional development pillars of graduate education. Strong mentoring is essential to the successful creation of transformative leaders, knowledge mobilizers, master learners and career navigators.

Every year, the Graduate College recognizes outstanding faculty members for their outstanding service to the graduate student and postdoctoral scholar communities through mentoring excellence, commitment to professional development and career advancement and the fostering of inclusive, collaborative academic environments. Active, committed mentors not only offer coaching, modeling and feedback in academic and career development, but provide essential psychosocial and interpersonal connection and support.


 

Outstanding Faculty Mentor Recipients

2018-19 Anca Delgado Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment
2018-19 Barbara Klimek Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions, School of Social Work
2018-19 Linda Luecken The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology
2018-19 Gabriel Shaibi College of Nursing and Health Innovation, Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
2017-18 Bertha Alvarez Manninen Associate Professor, Philosophy, School of Humanities, Arts and cultural Studies, New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences
2017-18 Nancy Serwint Associate Professor, Art, School of Art, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
2017-18 Amber Wutich Professor and Director, Center for Global Health, School of Human Evolution and Social Change, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
2016 Elly van Gelderen Professor, Department of English, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
2016 Terence Tracey Professor, Counseling and Counseling Psychology, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts
2016 Elizabeth Wentz Dean and Professor School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences