DISTINGUISHED MENTOR AWARD
The Graduate School is proud to announce the 2015 recipients of the Distinguished Mentor Award. The Graduate School received nominations from across campus, lauding those who serve as advisor, teacher, advocate, sponsor and role model. This year’s winners of the Distinguished Mentor Award are: Amy Bergerson, Educational Leadership & Policy; Carol Lim, Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Chemistry; and Richard Dorsky, Neurobiology.
These mentors are charged with “the success of the students who enter the sphere of their care” and do it in an outstanding and exceptional way.
“My job is simply to facilitate the actualization of that potential through sincere care for them. My work honors those who took the time to care for me and I hope to build a community of scholars,” said Bergerson
We congratulate this year’s winners on their contribution to excellent mentorship on campus.
Recipients of the graduate student and postdoctoral scholar Distinguished Mentor Award receive an award and $2,500.
Please visit gradschool.utah.edu/mentor-award/ for more details.
If you are interested in participating as an Emergency Assembly Point volunteer for ShakeOut 2015 on April 16, please contact Jen Stones for details at 801-585-3751 or email Jen.Stones@ehs.utah.edu.
The U would love to have you help “Drop, Cover, Hold On and Evacuate.”
MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE TVC FACULTY OPEN HOUSE
Tuesday, Sept. 15 | 3-5 p.m.
Location: TVC, 615 Arapeen Drive, Suite 310, Salt Lake City
Guest Speaker: Dr. Greg Hageman, John A. Moran presidential professor and executive director of the Moran Eye Center for Translational Medicine
Are you interested in connecting with successful faculty inventors?
Would you like some assistance in acquiring industry or grant funding to further develop your ideas?
Are you planning on advancing your technology but need guidance?
Would you like an on-the-spot review of your invention?
Are you getting ready to publish and would like to discuss potential commercial applications for your invention?
Join Us at TVC’s annual open house to network with colleagues, meet your TVC team and talk your science. Enjoy refreshments and bar. There will also be valuable prize drawings for gifts and services.
This event is open to all faculty, postdocs and graduate students. To register or for more information, including an agenda and a list of exhibits, visit tvc.utah.edu/events/open_house.php.