This award’s purpose is to acknowledge the critical and central role honors thesis or project mentors perform. All who distinguish themselves in this work are to be thanked by one and all, and special recognition is bestowed each year on an individual mentor. For awardees, the Honors Program is pleased to offer a monetary award, a memento, and a certificate signed by the Honors Director and University President. The award will be made during the Honors Commendation Ceremony held in May the evening before the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Commencement.
The call for nominations for this award will be issued late in the fall and early each spring.
Nominations will include the candidate’s name, college, and department; a description of how the nominator knows the candidate; and an explanation for why the candidate is a distinguished honors thesis/project mentor. Nominations must be submitted by March 8, 2013 and should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.