Meet the 2019 award winners: Masayoshi Tomizuka and Caitlin Rosenthal
Professor Masayoshi Tomizuka enjoying the reception
Professor Caitlin Rosenthal at the reception
The crowd gathered at the Graduate Mentoring Awards, April 16, 2019
Professor Marion Fourcade and her students enjoying the reception
Professor Andrew F. Jones chatting with his students
Vice Provost Fiona Doyle and the audience applaud the award recipients
Professor Andrew F. Jones, winner of the Faculty Mentor Award celebrates with his graduate students
Professor Masayoshi Tomizuka of Mechanical Engineering with his colleagues and graduate students
Professor Caitlin Rosenthal of History and her graduate students at the Graduate Mentoring Awards Ceremony
Professor Osagie Obasogie celebrates with his colleagues and graduate students
Professor Marion Fourcade of Sociology with her colleagues and grad students
Carol D. Soc Distinguished Graduate Student Mentoring Awards, established in 2007, recognize UC Berkeley faculty for their vital role in mentoring graduate students and training future faculty. The awards are funded by the Graduate Division and seek to foster the qualities of excellence in mentorship that are so important to the Berkeley community. Winners are honored annually at an awards ceremony jointly sponsored by the Graduate Assembly and the Graduate Division.
Nominations are currently open and due on February 8, 2019.
Slideshow photos by Kelley Cox