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Recognize outstanding faculty members who teach, mentor graduate students

Do you know a faculty member who has been outstanding in teaching or mentoring graduate students?

This is your chance to help them get recognized with the prestigious John S. Diekhoff Award. There are four Diekhoff Awards: two awards for Distinguished Graduate Teaching and two awards for Distinguished Graduate Mentoring.

To be eligible for the teaching and mentoring awards, faculty members must have a primary appointment in a department awarding degrees through the School of Graduate Studies. In order to receive the teaching award, a faculty member must have taught a graduate course in the last three years.

Anyone may make a nomination for the teaching awards, including graduate students, professors and student associations.

Those making nominations for the mentoring awards should be directly advised/mentored by the professor.

More information about the John S. Diekhoff Award can be found online at students.case.edu/traditions/awards/diekhoff/criteria.html

Submit a faculty nomination on OrgSync by March 2.

Interested in being on the committee to help select these outstanding teachers and mentors? Fill out the student committee application form on OrgSync.

Questions? Email gradprofdev@case.edu.