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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.
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.
|2015||Donald L. Fixico||Distinguished Foundation Professor of History, School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences|
|2015||Margaret Schmidt||Assistant Director, Professor, School of Music, Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts|
|2015||Paul Westerhoff||Senior Advisor to the Provost for Engineering and Science, School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering|
|2014||Alfredo J. Artiles||Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College|
|2014||Sethuraman (Panch) Panchanathan||School of Computing, Informatics and Decision Systems Engineering|
|2014||Pamela Swan||Associate Professor, Exercise and Wellness, School of Nutrition and Health Promotion|
|2013||James B. Blasingame Jr.||Associate Professor of English, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences|
|2013||Marilyn P. Carlson||Professor of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences|
|2013||Elizabeth A. Segal||Professor of Social Work, College of Public Programs|
|2012||Steven L. Neuberg||Foundation Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychology (Social), The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences|