Faculty and Graduate Student Awards for Mentoring in Creative Inquiry

Bradley Awards

Each year the university recognizes one faculty and one graduate student Creative Inquiry mentor for their exemplary mentorship to their CI students at the Spring University Awards Ceremony. Nominations for the 2023 recipients of these awards for mentoring in Creative Inquiry are open November 14, 2022 – March 2, 2023.

To be considered for this award, undergraduate CI students must nominate the mentors and a review committee selects recipients. When a graduate student is nominated, the graduate student’s faculty mentor is given the opportunity to submit an additional letter of support.

The Phil and Mary Bradley Faculty Award for Mentoring in Creative Inquiry

The Faculty Award for Mentoring in Creative Inquiry is presented each spring in recognition of outstanding work with undergraduate students. Nominations are accepted from student participants in Creative Inquiry. The award is made possible by generous gifts from Phil and Mary Bradley and consists of a plaque and a salary supplement.

Nominate your Faculty Mentor

Previous Faculty Award Winners

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Dr. Angela Naimou

The Graduate Student Award for Mentoring in Creative Inquiry

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Lauren Stoczynsk

The Graduate Student Award for Mentoring in Creative Inquiry is presented each spring in recognition of outstanding work with undergraduate students. Nominations are accepted from undergraduate student participants in Creative Inquiry projects. The award consists of a plaque and a salary supplement.

Nominate your Graduate Student Mentor

Previous Award Winners

  • 2022 — Lauren Stoczynski, Biological Sciences
  • 2021 — Kea Payton, Biological Sciences
  • 2020 — John Cannaday, Forestry and Environmental Conservation
  • 2019 — Kylie Smith, Biological Sciences
  • 2018 — Christopher Mayerl, Biological Sciences
  • 2018 — Drew Morris, Psychology
  • 2017 — Dotan Shvorin, Industrial Engineering
  • 2016 — Alice Brawley, Psychology