Dean’s Mentorship Awards Recognize Outstanding Graduate Student Mentors
Annual awards are made possible by philanthropy and help support the next generation of scientists
Mentorship in the life sciences plays a crucial role. One generation helps the next, and together new discoveries are made, techniques are developed and skills are honed, by both mentor and mentee.
The CBS Dean’s Mentorship Awards, which are made possible through donations to the college’s Annual Fund, recognize exceptional graduate students who have mentored undergraduate students in the lab and classroom. This year’s recipients, including Samuel Petshow and Natalie Sahabandu from Biochemistry, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, were honored at a college award ceremony on Saturday, June 3.
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