Every year, the Graduate Division and the Graduate Assembly team up to call public attention to the exemplary and caring assistance individual faculty members have provided, above and beyond the call of duty, to their students.

As the culmination of two separate exhaustive selection processes, they jointly sponsor an awards ceremony that never fails to be an informative, touching love-fest.  It becomes clear, annually, that there are as many ways to help students as there are students who need help and devoted faculty members who find ways to deliver it.

Learn more about the Graduate Division’s Sarlo Distinguished Graduate Mentoring Awards and the Graduate Assembly’s Faculty Mentor Awards — which share a nomination deadline of February 25 — and the GSI Center’s Faculty Award for Outstanding Mentorship of GSIs, the deadline for which is March 4, 2011.

To see which award best suits your mentor, see the quick guide to the mentoring awards — and get the flavor of 2010’s awards ceremony in the slideshow on that page.

Sarlo winner and students
One of the 2010 crop, Assistant Professor of History Mark Healey, who won the Sarlo Award for Junior Faculty, posed with his grad students. (Photo: Peg Skorpinski)