Two SoM Professors Win CoS Faculty Mentor Awards

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Congratulations go to John Etnyre and Ronghua Pan, both recipients of the 2017 College of Sciences Faculty Mentor Award. This award recognizes the important contributions made by them – in the form of informal consultation, shared experiences, and advice and encouragement provided – which help the next generations succeed. 

College of Sciences Faculty Mentor Awards: Since 2002, the College of Sciences has supported various forms of formal mentoring for junior faculty. In addition, each of our schools has its own faculty mentoring program where, through informal consultations, the members of the community share their experience, provide advice and encouragement, and help the next generation succeed. The College and its ADVANCE Professor jointly established the College of Sciences Faculty Mentor Award to recognize these mentors. These awards recognize the efforts and achievements of College faculty members engaged in mentoring of faculty. Dean Goldbart is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2017 College of Sciences Faculty Mentor Award:

Professor John Etnyre (School of Mathematics)

Professor Ronghua Pan (School of Mathematics)

Associate Professor Raquel Lieberman (School of Chemistry & Biochemistry)

Recipients will receive the award along with $500. Recent recipients of College of Sciences Faculty Mentor Awards include:

  • Shui-Nee Chow (Mathematics),
  • Wendy Kelly (Chemistry & Biochemistry),
  • Jennifer Curtis (Physics),
  • Brett Wick (Mathematics),
  • Christine Heitsch (Mathematics),
  • Rigoberto Hernandez (Chemistry & Biochemistry),
  • Joel Kostka (Biological Sciences; Earth & Atmospheric Sciences),
  • Facundo Fernandez (Chemistry & Biochemistry),
  • Rodney Weber (Earth & Atmospheric Sciences), and
  • Luca Dieci (Mathematics).


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