This award recognizes faculty who actively engage undergraduates in research experiences/scholarly activities, consistently provide opportunities to promote student success, and offer unbridled support and assistance on admission and matriculation to graduate programs, or in securing a professional career. Know someone who provides extraordinary guidance, support, and inspiration, mentoring undergraduates in research and/or scholarly activities? Be sure to nominate them!
Nomination letters are due November 5 and should describe how the nominee reflects the intent of the award including scholarship, effective mentoring, and community building. Nominees will be notified and asked to a submit CV and a brief 250-300 word summary of their mentoring activities.
The award will be announced at the Student Poster Showcase November 14, 2017, and recipient will receive $1500.
The 2016 recipient was Dr. Kimberly D’Anna-Hernandez.