Carney Institute Junior Faculty Excellence in Mentoring Awards

Applications closed. The next call for nominations is expected in Spring 2024

The Junior Faculty Excellence in Mentoring Awards recognize junior faculty members affiliated with the Carney Institute for Brain Science for outstanding research mentorship of undergraduate, graduate, and medical students, residents, or postdoctoral scientists. Nominees may be recognized for efforts in supervision of research, contributions to graduate programs, predoctoral or postdoctoral training grants, or advising/career advancement of research-focused trainees.

Nominations are open to all assistant professors at Brown University, including research and clinical faculty, conducting research in brain science. All university faculty are invited to submit nominations, including self-nominations. Awards will be prioritized for faculty in ranks where research mentorship is a significant expectation and critical to advancement.

A selection committee will use the nomination text to select a short list of finalists. The selection committee will reach out to finalists for letters of recommendation and CV. 

In addition to the award, recipients will receive $2,000 for research or professional development activities.

Applications for the 2024 Carney Institute Junior Faculty Excellence in Mentoring Awards will open January 2024.

Questions about the Carney Institute Junior Faculty Excellence in Mentoring Awards should be directed to Kristin Webster, Assistant Director of Training and Development for the Carney Institute.


2024 Instructions Forthcoming

Prior Results:

2023 Results