Distinguished Research Mentor Award
Distinguished Mentor Award
The Distinguished Mentor Award is intended to acknowledge outstanding mentorship of a NAPCRG member over the course of their career.
- Both the nominee and the nominator must be current NAPCRG members.
- The nominee must be at least 10 years into their research and/or academic career.
- An individual may only win the Distinguished Mentor Award once.
1) By August 31, 2020, each nominator will submit the following materials electronically:
- A letter of support, written by the nominator, clearly depicting why the nominee should receive this award. A small portion of the letter should stipulate why the nominee is eligible for this award (i.e. is a NAPCRG member, has not won the award previously and is at least 10 years into his/her academic career). The letter should be no more than two pages in length.
- Up to two additional letters of reference from current or former trainees, junior researchers and/or junior faculty who have been mentored by the nominee. Letters may be countersigned by more than one individual. Each letter should be no more than one page in length.
2) The Awards Sub-Committee Chair will contact each nominee via e-mail to inform them that they're being considered for the Distinguished Mentor Award. The nominee will be required to submit the following by August 31, 2020:
1. current curriculum vitae (five pages maximum)
2. summary of their mentoring activities (two pages maximum)
Evaluation Process: Complete submissions will be evaluated independently by at least three members of the Awards Sub-Committee. Submitted scores will be tallied and averaged to identify a recipient. The recipient of the Distinguished Mentor Award will be recognized and receive a commemorative plaque at the Awards Breakfast during the Annual Meeting.
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