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2019 Outstanding Mentorship Award Winners

Jasmine Peake winning Outstanding Mentorship Award 2019
Jasmine Peake (left), PhD student in Molecular and Cell Biology and Genetics, receiving the 2019 Outstanding Mentorship Award from Roxane Lovell (right), Program Coordinator for the Office of Undergraduate Research, at Graduate Student Day, May 30, 2019.

In partnership with the Office of Undergraduate Research, the Outstanding Mentorship Awards are presented to graduate students (master's and/or doctoral level) for exemplary mentoring of undergraduate and/or new or junior graduate students, which has had a demonstrated impact on the academic and/or professional development of a mentee or mentees. While mentorship occurs in many settings, this award focuses on mentorship in a research or scholarly setting.

Graduate College Award Winners

Jackeline Moreno
PhD Program in Physics
College of Arts and Sciences

Jasmine Peake
PhD Program in Molecular and Cell Biology and Genetics
Graduate School of Biomedical Science and Professional Studies
College of Medicine

College/School Finalists

May Cheung
PhD Program in Nutrition Sciences
College of Nursing and Health Professions

Michael Gaskins
Master's Program in Television Management
Westphal College of Media Arts and Design

Erin Hansen
PhD Program in Physics
College of Arts and Sciences

David Howe
PhD Program in Materials Science and Engineering
College of Engineering

Kathleen Maleski
PhD Program in Materials Science and Engineering
College of Engineering

Olivia Ngo
PhD Program in Biomedical Engineering
School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems

Mark Petrovich Jr.
PhD Program in Education
School of Education

Reza Pejman
PhD Program in Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics
College of Engineering

Darshita Thakker
Master's Program in Business Analytics
LeBow College of Business