|2014 Mentor-Mentee Award|
DISTINGUISHED FACULTY MENTOR-MENTEE AWARDS
The UC Irvine Institute for Clinical and Translational Science (ICTS) is proud to announce the call for the second annual Faculty Mentor-Mentee Award. Three awards will be presented to UC Irvine faculty who have shown an outstanding commitment to mentoring, advising, and support of clinical and translational science research. Nominations are expected to come primarily from junior faculty and doctoral, masters, and professional training program students who are actively engaged in translational research at UC Irvine.
The deadline for nominations is Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
Any faculty member at the level of Associate Professor or above can be nominated for the award so long as the nominee directs research education and career development in the broad scope of clinical and translational science. Nominees must have an outstanding record of mentoring research and career development at UC Irvine.
The ICTS Faculty Mentor-Mentee Award focuses on distinction in research mentoring and career development. As such, it is not intended to be a teaching or research award. The selection committee will consider how the nominee has exceeded the standard role played by an adviser with respect to the following criteria:
The selection committee, consisting of members of the ICTS Steering Committee and the Council of Mentors, is interested in specific examples of extraordinary mentorship and support for career development.
In order to nominate a faculty member, the nominator must have directly benefited from some aspect of the candidate’s mentoring or career development. The primary nominator must be a present or former UC Irvine affiliate; associate nominators can include any category of affiliations or consist of jointly written letters.
Nominations must include:
All nominations must be submitted electronically online at http://www1.icts.uci.edu/nominate/index.cfm?eventid=7
This award honors members of the UC Irvine faculty who have shown an outstanding commitment to mentoring and developing the career of junior faculty or graduate students. Nominations are expected primarily from junior faculty and doctoral, masters, and professional students at UC Irvine
Joint submissions are acceptable with separate nomination letters. A group nomination letter is also acceptable, but must include sections where each contributor individually acknowledges the importance of the nominee’s mentoring to their research path and/or career development.
Nominations must be received by 5:00 PM PST on Wednesday, March 5, 2014
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