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Graduate School Faculty Award for Advising & Mentoring

Left to right: Amal Trivedi, Nitsan ChorevLeft to right: Amal Trivedi, Nitsan ChorevCreated by the Graduate Council in 2010, the Graduate School Faculty Award for Advising and Mentoring recognizes a faculty member who has made a significant contribution as an advisor or mentor to graduate students. Any Brown faculty member who has served as graduate advisor, trainer, or dissertation chair, unofficial or official mentor is eligible for nomination. The recipient is honored at the annual University Awards Ceremony. 

Nominations should be made through UFunds, found under the Graduate Student and Alumni Awards button.
 March 1, 2023

Nitsan Chorev, Harmon Family Professor of Sociology and International and Public Affairs and Director of the Graduate Program in Development at the Watson Institute | Read more about Professor Chorev's award

Amal Trivedi, Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice and a Professor of Medicine | Read more about Professor Trivedi's award

Michelle Clayton, Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies and Comparative Literature and the Director of Graduate Studies for Hispanic Studies
Sarah Delaney, Professor of Chemistry

Learn more about the recipients.

John Cherry, Director of Graduate Study and Professor of Archaeology, Classics and Anthropology
Andrew Foster, Social Science Research Institute Director and Professor of Economics

Keisha-Khan Perry, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies for Africana Studies 

Björn SandstedeProfessor of Applied Mathematics and Chair of the Division of Applied Mathematics 

José Itzigsohn, Professor of Sociology 

Patricia Ybarra,
Associate Professor of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies 

Paja Faudree, Assistant Professor of Anthropology

Ellen Rooney, Chair and Professor, Modern Culture and Media and Professor of English

Efstratios Papaioannou, Associate Professor of Classics 

Anita L. Zimmerman, Professor of Medical Science; Vice Chair, Molecular Pharmacology, Physiology & Biotechnology

Diane Lipscombe, Professor of Neuroscience