School of Medicine Faculty Mentoring Award
This award honors faculty members who have made exceptional contributions to advancing the success of early career faculty at the School of Medicine.
The School of Medicine Faculty Mentoring Award recognizes that high quality faculty mentoring is essential to institutional excellence in research, teaching, and clinical practice. We seek to honor mentors who model the behaviors, attitudes, values and ethics of excellence; challenge early career faculty and encourage innovation; sponsor and give exposure to early career faculty at local, regional, national, and international levels; support early career faculty in pursuing independent research and practice, and support their goals, interests and commitments in those projects; and show concern for their junior colleagues’ personal well-being, as well as their advancement in academic medicine. These mentors help to establish a culture of inclusion and foster an atmosphere of collaboration.
The Faculty Mentoring Award recognizes individual contributions as well as programmatic initiatives and programs that contribute to faculty mentoring. One award will be made each year. Nominations are valid for two years.
Who May Nominate
Any member of the Stanford faculty community, including fellows and trainees, may nominate an individual or office whose contributions fit the description above.
How to Nominate
Write a letter to the Faculty Mentoring Awards Committee. Nominations must include the name and position of the nominator and clearly describe the exceptional contributions that make the nominee deserving of this award. Nominations will be accepted online on this page.
Deadline to Nominate
2020 nominations will be accepted in February 2020.
The Faculty Mentoring Awardee announcement will be made by April 30, 2020.
Faculty Mentoring Champions are a network of committed colleagues from across basic sciences and clinical departments.