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>From: [log in to unmask] on behalf of Vickie Cutting
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>This email is to remind everyone about the first ASECS Excellence in
>Mentorship
>Award. The ASECS Graduate Caucus is pleased to announce the
>establishment of a new award: the Excellence in Mentorship Award. This
>award, which will be given out at the annual ASECS meeting, recognizes
>a faculty member who has generously supported their graduate students
>by helping them excel in their scholarship, teaching, and professional
>development. We are currently seeking nominees for this award.
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>If you'd like to nominate someone, please send the following to the Graduate
>Caucus's co-chair, Caroline Wigginton, by December 15th.  To nominate
>someone,
>you must either be a current graduate student or have completed your
>graduate
>degree within the last five years.
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>- the name of the mentor, their institutional affiliation, and a brief CV
>outlining the mentor's major professional accomplishments
>- TWO 1-2 page letters of recommendation from the mentor's students
>that outlines the ways in which the mentor has supported his or her
>graduate students in scholarship, teaching, and professional
>development.  At least one student should be a current graduate student
>working
>with the nominee.
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>Nominations may be sent via e-mail to [log in to unmask] or via
>snail
>mail to:
>Caroline Wigginton
>Department of English
>The University of Texas at Austin
>1 University Station B5000
>Austin, TX 78712
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>Caroline Wigginton
>Ph.D. Candidate
>Assistant Instructor
>Department of English
>The University of Texas at Austin
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